• He liked to think that Heaven was what each person wanted it to be. He could see no future in lying around on a fluffy white cloud and listening to somebody playing on a harp, a picture of Heaven he had seen numerous times in one form or another. Even if it was that way, his personal preference would have run more to the fiddle.

    Elmer Kelton (2016). “The Good Old Boys and The Smiling Country: Two Classic Westerns”, p.169, Forge Books