I’d read Milton Glaser’s Ten Things I Have Learned a couple years ago, but it recently resurfaced in my RSS and I read it again. This quote, in particular, stood out to me this time. It’s the idea that things essentially come back to balance. Is a belief that is completely unquestioned really a belief? Is the biting cynic really as smart as he thinks he is? I know I’m guilty of swinging both ways at times.
This quote comes from the larger section Doubt. At least read that section, if not the whole thing.