Category Archives: GK Chesterton
Eighty-one years ago today, at the age of 62, G.K. Chesterton died. At the sake of sounding like I don’t think heaven is already interesting enough, (which I do) it surely has been more interesting since G.K. arrived. One of … Continue reading
If he were to be alive, G.K. Chesteron would be 143 years old today. In honor of his birthday and Memorial Day (in the US), I found the following quote: “The true soldier fights not because he hates what is … Continue reading
“A man was meant to be doubtful about himself, but be undoubting about the truth; this has been exactly reversed” G. K. Chesterton How true. How sadly true.
“It may or may not be true that man’s great use for language is to conceal his thoughts; but I suppose that we should all agree to the somewhat analogous propisition that the one great use of newspapers is to … Continue reading
“The chief feature of our time is the meekness of the mob and the madness of the government” G. K. Chesterton Written in 1922, it is still fitting today.
From the pen of G.K. Chesterton. . . “Tolerance is the virtue of the man . . . without convictions” And not having convictions is too high a price to pay for being liked by everyone. Who is Chesterton? Look … Continue reading
Courtesy of GKC “Here dies another day During which I had eyes, ears, hands And the great world around me; And with tomorrow begins another, Why am I allowed two?