GRIMM, Friedrich, Baron von Quotes
(1723-1807), German author
The blind fanaticism of one foolish honest man may cause more evil than the united efforts of twenty rogues.
The glory of a people, and of an age, is always the work of a small number of great men, and disappears with them.
In general, it is not very difficult for little minds to attain splendid situations. It is much more difficult for great minds to attain the place to which their merit fully entitles them.