Wish I'd said that - October 10, 2015

Rev. Charles Kingsley“no man feels himself master of his work, unless he can afford to jest about it; and … a frolicsome habit of mind is rather a token of deep, genial, and superabundant vitality, than of a shallow and narrow nature, which can only be earnest and attentive by conscious and serious efforts”

Rev. Charles Kingsley, quoted by John Mercel Robson in “Thirty Years with the Right Project: The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill”