We call the one side [of humanity] religion, and we call the other science. Religion is always right. ... Science is always wrong; it is the very artifice of men. Science can never solve one problem without raising ten more problems.
I am very subtle; but Man is deeper in his thought than I am. The woman knows that there is no such thing as nothing: the man knows that there is no such day as tomorrow. I do well to worship them.
Dancing is a very crude attempt to get into the rhythm of life.
A tranquil woman can go on sewing longer than an angry man can go on fuming.
Life contains but two tragedies. One is not to get your heart's desire; the other is to get it. George Bernard Sha