Quotation by Samuel Butler

There is nothing so unthinkable as thought, unless it be the entire absence of thought.
Samuel Butler (1835–1902), British author. Samuel Butler's Notebooks, p. 154 (1951).

In a later entry, Butler wrote, "Thought pure and simple is as near to God as we can get, it is through this that we are linked with God."
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