Quotation by Aldous Huxley

What's the greatest enemy of Christianity to-day? Frozen meat. In the past only members of the upper classes were thoroughly sceptical, despairing, negative. Why? Among other reasons, because they were the only people who could afford to eat too much meat. Now there's cheap Canterbury lamb and Argentine chilled beef. Even the poor can afford to poison themselves into complete scepticism and despair.
Aldous Huxley (1894–1963), British novelist. Dr. James Miller, in Eyeless in Gaza, ch. 49 (1936).

Miller is one of Huxley's gurus bent on achieving a healthy balance of mind, body and spirit by integrating the best elements of world's religions and philosophies together with a practical understanding of physiology.
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