Wikiquote talk:Quote of the day/June 26, 2011

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All of us, without being taught, have attained to a belief in some sort of divinity, though it is not easy for all men to know the precise truth about it, nor is it possible for those who do know it to tell it to all men.

~ Julian ~

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This was the original arrangement I had devised for the presentation of the quote. I can agree that it had more images than were necessary for aesthetic arrangement of images associated with the theme and the author of the statement, but the reduction of images also reduce intellectual stimulation that might prompt exploration of the ways in which the contentions between various philosophies and perspectives developed and polarized in various ways. I continue to believe citations are actually unnecessary on many forms of presentation pages, including the main page, so long as they are provided proper citations on the linked pages. ~ Kalki (talk · contributions) 00:00, 24 June 2011 (UTC)