Grief is only the memory of widowed affections.
The pinafore of the child will be more than a match for the frock of the bishop and the surplice of the priest.
The primary function of a theater is not to please itself, or even to please its audience. It is to serve talent.
All that is noble in the world’s past history, and especially the minds of the great and the good, are never lost.
Religion is no more possible without prayer than poetry without language, or music without atmosphere.
The incarnation is true, not of Christ exclusively, but of Man universally, and God everlastingly.
Every man’s highest, nameless though it be, is his ‘living God’.
Forty years later, people still swear they can hear his offstage scream.
Religion is the belief in an ever-living God, that is, in a Divine Mind and Will ruling the Universe and holding moral relations with mankind.