These two quotes were embedded in the marble of the Pennsylvania State Capital in Harrisburg. I liked them and thought I'd post them. I'd give attribution if I knew who said them, but I don't so I won't.
"Art deals with things forever incapable of definition that belong to love, beauty, joy, worship. It shapes powers, glory of which are forever building, unbuilding, rebuilding in each man's soul and in the soul of the whole world."
"For religion, pure religion, I say standeth not in wearing of a monk's cowl, but in righteousness, in justice, and well-doing."