Thursday, January 19, 2006


Fine minds are seldom fine souls. -Jean Paul Richter, writer (1763-1825)

I'm not sure egg-zactly what this means. It very well could mean that brilliant people are brilliant because they sold their soul to Lucifer for that privilege.



At January 27, 2006 5:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That isn't what this means at all. People that are "fine minds" don't often relate well to average or normal people because that isn't what they are focused on. I would expect that this writer defined "good souls" as those who are nice and all of that other cliche crap. I would also expect that the writer didn't take into account that the "fine minds" are likely adding more to society than most of the "good souls" regardless of how nice the "good souls" are.


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