War is the supreme drama of a completely mechanized society.
Every generation revolts against its fathers and makes friends with its grandfathers.
One of the functions of intelligence is to take account of the dangers that come from trusting solely to the intelligence.
The earth is the Lord’s fullness thereof: this is no longer a hollow dictum of religion, but a directive for economic action toward human brotherhood.
To curb the machine and limit art to handicraft is a denial of opportunity.
It has not been for nothing that the word has remained man’s principal toy and tool: without the meanings and values it sustains, all man’s other tools would be worthless.
Restore human legs as a means of travel. Pedestrians rely on food for fuel and need no special parking facilities.
Forget the damned motor car and build the cities for lovers and friends.
However far modern science and techniques have fallen short of their inherent possibilities, they have taught mankind at least one lesson; nothing is impossible.