Howard Roark: “I didn’t know it then, but it’s because I’ve never believed in God.”
Henry Cameron: “Come on, talk sense.”
Howard Roark: “Because I love this earth. That’s all I love. I don’t like the shape of things on the earth. I want to change them.”
Henry Cameron: “For whom?”
Howard Roark: “For myself.”
~ The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand
Question: Acharya Ji, Pranaam! When asked by Cameron about his career choice, why did Roark (the protagonist in Ayn Rand’s ‘The Fountainhead’) say, “I’ve never believed in God,” while he seems to be the one who actually does?