Small Gods Quotes

Quotes tagged as "small-gods" (showing 1-6 of 6)
Terry Pratchett
“Death paused. YOU HAVE PERHAPS HEARD THE PHRASE, he said, THAT HELL IS OTHER PEOPLE?
‘Yes. Yes, of course.’
Death nodded. IN TIME, he said, YOU WILL LEARN THAT IT IS WRONG.”
Terry Pratchett, Small Gods

Terry Pratchett
“Vimes was hazy on religion. He attended Watch funerals and went to such religious events as the proper fulfilling of the office of Commander entailed, but as for the rest . . . well, you saw things sometimes that made it impossible to believe not only in gods, but also in common humanity and your own eyes.”
Terry Pratchett

Terry Pratchett
“Gods didn’t mind atheists, if they were deep, hot, fiery, atheists like Simony, who spend their whole life hating gods for not existing. That sort of atheism was a rock. It was nearly belief …”
Terry Pratchett, Small Gods

Terry Pratchett
“Thesis plus antithesis equals hysteresis." -Ibid-”
Terry Pratchett Small Gods

Jenny  Ackland
“The book said that people were small gods filled with the power of the Almighty and able to enact their own lives, dispense wisdom and justice.”
Jenny Ackland, Little Gods

Terry Pratchett
“In the Citadel everyone said it was a glorious victory', said Brutha.
[...]
'That's a funny thing', said Om. 'Winners never talk about glorious victories. That's because they're the ones who see what the battlefield looks like afterwards. It's only the losers who have glorious victories.”
Terry Pratchett, Small Gods