When people see only what is under their feet,
not what lies above the mountains and beyond the seas, they are likely to be as boastful
as the frog at the bottom of the well.
But when they raise their heads to see the immensity of the
universe, the kaleidoscope of man's affairs, the splendour and magnificence of humanity's
cause, the wealth of man's talents, and the abundance of knowledge, they become modest.
Quiz: Who said the above and when?