Malcolm Muggeridge — British Journalist born on March 24, 1903, died on November 14, 1990

Thomas Malcolm Muggeridge, known as Malcolm Muggeridge, was a British journalist, author, media personality, and satirist. During World War II, he worked for the British government as a soldier and a spy. As a young man, Muggeridge was a left-wing sympathiser but he later became a forceful anti-communist. He is credited with bringing Mother Teresa to popular attention in the West and stimulating debate about Catholic theology. In his later years he became a religious and moral campaigner... (wikipedia)

Few men of action have been able to make a graceful exit at the appropriate time.
Every happening, great and small, is a parable whereby God speaks to us, and the art of life is to get the message.
One of the peculiar sins of the twentieth century which we've developed to a very high level is the sin of credulity. It has been said that when human beings stop believing in God they believe in nothing. The truth is much worse: they believe in anything.
I can say that I never knew what joy was like until I gave up pursuing happiness, or cared to live until I chose to die. For these two discoveries I am beholden to Jesus.
Bad humor is an evasion of reality; good humor is an acceptance of it.

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