Gordon R. Dickson Quotes

They are fools that think that wealth or women or strong drink or even drugs can buy the most in effort out of the soul of a man. These things offer pale pleasures compared to that which is the greatest of them all, that task which demands from him more than his utmost strength, that […]

Here were the artifacts of creativity. But they were strangely lacking in some invisible element he could not put a mental finger on. Then, it came to him. Where were the souls that had created these things? It was strange. You could follow the creation of a piece of art or discovery down through the […]

Trouble rather the tiger in his lair than the sage amongst his books. For to you Kingdoms and their armies are things mighty and enduring, but to him they are but toys of the moment, to be overturned by the flicking of a finger.

Some people like my advice so much that they frame it upon the wall instead of using it.