"Superstition is an easy bed of dreams while rationality is a mountain to be climbed."
I found this line in an historical novel, "Death in Londinium" by John Drake (Kindle). It's spoken by a highly educated Greek slave in reaction to people's fear about the perceived magical powers of Druids in 1st century Britain.
A Google search came up blank, so it appears to be original. I think it's rather clever, so I wanted to share it.
Choosing to subscribe to this topic will automatically register you for email notifications for comments and updates on this thread.
Email notifications will be sent out daily by default unless specified otherwise on your account which you can edit by going to your userpage here and clicking on the subscriptions tab.