Malcolm Muggeridge on the Sacredness of Life

By Peter Darcy | On Jul 4, 2016 | No Comments | In Sanctity of Life Quotes

This life in us . . . however low it flickers or fiercely burns, is still a divine flame which no man dare presume to put out, be his motives never so humane and enlightened. To suppose otherwise is to countenance a death-wish. Either life is always, and in all circumstances sacred, or intrinsically of no account; it is inconceivable that it should be in some cases the one, and in some the other.

~Malcolm Muggeridge (1903-1990) was a British Filmmaker and convert to Catholicism from atheism.

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