Thursday, 27 June 2013

Reflection on Various Perversions

The next stage in our moral evolution is the legalisation and normalisation of polygamy, then incest and further down the line, bestiality. Miserere nobis Domine.

Reflection on Abortion

How ironic that the argument, "you can do what you want with your own body" only applies to the snapping of the spinal cord of an infant but not to the consumption of junk food?

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Reflection on Philanthropy

He was such an ardent philanthropist that he detested every man he came across.

Monday, 24 June 2013

Reflection on Self Worship

The worship of the self removes any possibility of forming a self worthy of worship.

Reflection on Vanity

The vanity of the mediocre is a unique kind of foolishness.

Sunday, 23 June 2013

Reflection on the Love of God

The love of God to the obstinate sinner is like a burning reproach.

Reflection on Man

A valuable study of man is only conducted in silence, solitude and suffering.

Reflection on Simplicity

The wise man and the fool are often alike in their frankness.

Reflection on Trifles

We deceive ourselves when we affirm that we are quite prepared for martyrdom when the merest niggle outrages us. How could we endure a burn when an itch is intolerable?

Reflection on False Virtue

The illusion of virtue is preserved by prosperity.

Friday, 21 June 2013

Reflection on Humanity

The monstrosity in man is well known, yet his capacity for goodness would even astound the angels.

Reflection on Mankind

Man: never has a creature so repulsed me yet so intrigued me.

Monday, 17 June 2013

Reflection on Marriage

The progressive mind can simultaneously hold that marriage is an outmoded and worthless institution and at the same time that this archaic union must not be denied to homosexual couples.

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Reflection on Tolerance

The God of tolerance is not the God of holiness.

Monday, 10 June 2013

Reflection on the Rights of the Catholic Church

The Church does not demand to be heard out of fairness but by divine right.