If I convert it's because it's better that a believer dies than that an atheist does.

This I can declare: things that are in heaven are more real than things that are in the world.

The strongest intimidation, by the way, is the invention of a hereafter with a hell everlasting.

You shouldn’t say mean things to people before they kill you. It’s being a sore loser.

The difference in our potential as angels or demons is the effect of time on the decisions we make.

Death is, in fact, oddly pleasant, and certainly an improvement on what comes immediately before it.

Forgiveness, she was only required to accept the seed of healing, and to let it grow on its own time.

All creation necessarily ends in this: Creators, powerless, fleeing from the things they have wrought.

It has been suggested that the color of an aura can reveal characteristics about the generating source.

There's a part of me that thinks perhaps we go on existing in a place even after we've left it.

...the one aim of those who practice philosophy in the proper manner is to practice for dying and death.

That’s what you people do, isn’t it? Make assumptions and sell them to impressionable idiots.

In that eternity of his, where everybody will be happy, how could he feel the lack of her, the loss of her?

There is no beyond, there is only here, the infinitely small, infinitely great and utterly demanding present.

He could argue a case for anything, but that doesn’t change the fact he’s wrong most of the time.