Roomalais-katolilainen Don Colacho (oik. Nicolás Gómez Dávila) on yksi suosikkiaforistikkojani. Muutamia helmiä häneltä:
[details=Don Colachon aforismejä]> Triviality is the price of communication.
Conquering a fool humiliates us.
The communist’s temptation is spiritual freedom.
We should not conclude that everything is permitted, if God does not exist, but that nothing matters. Permission ends up being laughable when what is permitted loses its meaning.
The greatest modern error is not to proclaim that God died, but to believe that the devil has died.
The individual today rebels against immutable human nature so that he might refrain from amending his own correctable nature.
Nobody is innocent of what he does, or what he believes.
In order to challenge God, man puffs up his emptiness.
Good will is the panacea of the foolish.
The intelligent man’s unjust judgements tend to be truths wrapped up in a bad mood.
Prejudices defend against stupid ideas.
There are two kinds of men: those who believe in original sin and idiots.
Those who refuse to absolve the sinner end up absolving the sin.
There is no spiritual victory which need not be won anew each day.
The imbecile does not discover the radical misery of our condition except when he is sick, poor, or old.
The Bible is not the voice of God, but of the man who encounters Him.
Intelligent discussion should be limited to clarifying differences.
That Christianity may not solve social problems is no reason to commit apostasy except for those who forget that it never promised to solve them.
An atheist is respectable as long as he does not teach that the dignity of man is the basis of ethics and that love for humanity is the true religion.[/details]
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