Quote by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Insanity is often the logic of an accurate mind overtasked.
This quote implies that insanity, or madness, can sometimes be the result of an exceptionally sharp and perceptive mind that is overwhelmed or burdened with excessive mental tasks. It suggests that when a highly intelligent or rational mind is subjected to extreme pressure, stress, or an overwhelming amount of information, it may seem irrational or insane to others because of the difficulties in coping with the intense mental strain. In this context, insanity is portrayed as a response to an overloaded and overworked mind, rather than a sign of inherent irrationality.
I never expected to get the Tom Jones treatment and it amazes me that I do. Strangely it's women who throw their underwear at me when I'm performing live. My male fans tend to be quite shy. My female fans are wild. I never know what to do with all the lingerie that lands at my feet. Maybe I should open a shop.