Maybe Tomorrow quotes

  • Down with boredom. It has to go.

  • Because politics rests on an irreducible measure of coercion, it can never become a perfect realm of perfect love and justice.

  • The Church has lost a great religious poet in me; but I have lost an infinity of fun in the church, so the loss is even.

  • Why O why did I ever leave my hobbit-hole?" said poor Mr. Baggins, bumping up and down on Bombur's back.

  • ...Environmental groups are too often alarmists. They have an awful track record, so they've lost credibility with the public.

  • I don't want to have a good fight, I don't want to have an exciting fight, I want to have a finish.

  • your culture has become sophisticated, like a computer, or a drug that you take for a headache. You can use it, but you cannot explain how it works. Certainly not to girls who stack up their firewood against the side of the house.

  • I have a lot of Breton striped top and silk shirts that always feel good. I also like things with a masculine edge and dislike anything too girly.

  • anything that becomes a cult, or a mass movement, loses its moral and spiritual value. The crusade has to be personal, individual. As soon as it becomes collective it loses its purpose.

  • I suppose I shall marry eventually One does that, one drifts into stability