G. K. Chesterton Quote

The timidity of the child or the savage is entirely reasonable; they are alarmed at this world, because this world is a very alarming place. They dislike being alone because it is verily and indeed an awful idea to be alone. Barbarians fear the unknown for the same reason that Agnostics worship it - because it is a fact.


Tremendous Trifles (ed. Dodd Mead and Company, 1920)

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The timidity of the child or the savage is entirely reasonable; they are alarmed at this world, because this world is a very alarming place. They...

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The timidity of the child or the savage is entirely reasonable; they are alarmed at this world, because this world is a very alarming place. They...

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The timidity of the child or the savage is entirely reasonable; they are alarmed at this world, because this world is a very alarming place. They...

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The timidity of the child or the savage is entirely reasonable; they are alarmed at this world, because this world is a very alarming place. They...