A THOUGHT FOR TODAY


Bust of Xenophanes.

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Ethiopians imagine their gods as black and snub-nosed; Thracians blue-eyed and red-haired. But if horses or lions had hands, or could draw and fashion works as men do, horses would draw the gods shaped like horses and lions like lions, making the gods resemble themselves. –Xenophanes, philosopher and poet (c.570-475 BCE)

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