Dr. Frank Crane spent his entire life trying to create the perfect platitude. A trite, memorable phrase which would capture his religious beliefs, AND be catchy enough to be a catch phrase. He failed. Despite numerous one-liners for God and a ton of "four minute books" and "little talks" published he is today forgotten. Here are a few:
The human heart is an undiscovered country; men and women are forever perishing as they explore its wilds.
The human heart is an egg; and out of it are hatched this world and heaven and hell.
The human heart is a tangled wood wherein no man knows his way.
Dr. Frank Crane's Miniature Library "FAITH" 1922 Collection Jim Linderman