• Stick to the old truths and the old paths, and learn their di- vineness by sick-beds and in every-day work, and do not darken your mind with intellectual puzzles, which may breed disbelief, but can never breed vital religion or practical usefulness.

    Charles Kingsley, Frances Eliza Kingsley (2011). “Charles Kingsley, His Letters and Memories of His Life”, p.131, Cambridge University Press