A place where I can share the quotes that I have collected (and keep collecting) over the years. I have gathered them from all sorts of sources. The "Quote of the Day" posts will always be a quote from a book and may be on any topic.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Quote of the Day Jan 2

It occurred to Ernest Clayton that what was unnerving about them [the brothers] was that ordinary men--not Father Anselm, of course, but middle-of-the-road-men--seemed to lose all individuality as soon as they got out of their every day clothes and into the monk's habit. It was as if our identity amounted to no more than the shade of a sports jacket, the strip of a tie.

Blood Brotherhood (p. 35)

by Robert Barnard

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