“The world is upside down. We’re all upside down. We’re all flies crawling on a ceiling, and it’s an everlasting mercy that we don’t drop off.”


“‘We were talking about St. Peter,’ he said; ‘you remember that he was crucified upside down. I’ve often fancied his humility was rewarded by seeing in death the beautiful vision of his boyhood. He also saw the landscape as it really is; with the stars like flowers, and the clouds like hills, and all men hanging on the mercy of God.'”

The Poet & the Lunatics, G.K. Chesterton



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