Pyramids, Terry Pratchett

While assassination was probably worse than debate it was certainly better than war, which some people tended to think of as the same thing only louder.


When you die, the first thing you lose is your life. The next thing is your illusions.


People needed to believe in gods, if only because it was so hard to believe in people.


Camels have a very democratic approach to the human race. They hate every member of it, without making any distinctions for rank or creed.


Seeing, contrary to popular wisdom, isn't believing. It's where belief stops, because it isn't needed any more.


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