— Whenever and wherever I've seen Christ, He always looks so sad. I've never seen Him smiling. Why is that?
— I'll tell you. He is unhappy because... His children, the people of the world are sad.
— Does my sadness make Him feel sad?
— Of course. Because He loves you.
— I won't be sad. I'll make Him laugh.
— Who are you?
— Isn't it enough for you that... I'm a human-being, who has two eyes, two ears, a nose, a stomach and... a heart? If you want, call me Raju, or Rajovsky.
— Why did you tell such an enormous lie?
— Should I say it in front of all? So listen... I told a big lie because we're past the age of small lies. It's the age of big lies. Women who apply paint and powder are considered beautiful. People who lie to the public are called leaders. In business, the bigger the lie you tell, the richer you are. In this field of big lies, I'm but a small player.
— Fool! Don't you realize you risked your life? The lions would've devoured you.
— Yes, I was scared. But in this world, there's something more scary. Poverty and hunger.