Last night I went down an internet rabbit hole of googling Aldous Huxley. I really can't remember how or why it began. Anyhow, I now know:
1. Aldous Huxley, C.S. Lewis and J.F.K. all died on the same day.
2. Aldous Huxley, though more commonly known for his books, essays in Esquire and experimentation with psychedelic drugs, also wrote the screenplay for the 1940 movie adaption of Pride and Prejudice and was a cat person.
3. Aldous Huxley was an intellectual who wrote/said a lot of smart things. Which is why you get more than one quote today.