“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
My philosophy says that nothing is really dead. Not even a stone is dead. As I see it there are constant cycles in nature in which a hundred per cent justice rules and there is only absolute perfection. From this I derive the moral attitude that people cannot run away from anything and must accept responsibility for their whole life, with every step. This applies for everyone, irrespective of their religion or status.
— Sepp Holzer ‘The Rebel Farmer’