The ciphertext given is:
ejitp spawa qleji taiul rtwll rflrl laoat wsqqj atgac kthls iraoa twlpl qjatw jufrh lhuts qataq itats aittk stqfj cae
I've done frequency analysis on the text. That yielded the following results:
A(15), B(0), C(2), D(0), E(3), F(3), G(1), H(3), I(6), J(6), K(2), L(11), M(0), N(0), O(2), P(3), Q(7), R(5), S(6), T(15), U(3), V(0), W(5), X(0), Y(0), Z(0)
There are 120 characters total. The format of the ciphertext does not match the format of the quote from which it was created.
The most common digrams (in order of most frequent to least, max 6, min 2):
at, it, tw, lr ,ta, ej, ai, ao, aq, ll, ts, wl, ji, hl, ja, sq, oa, qj
The most common trigrams in the same order (max 3, min 2):
atw, ita, jat, jit ,eji, twl, oat, aoa, qja
I've tried substituting character a few at a time to see if I could start to make out some words, but every time I have ended up with letters next to each other that don't make any sense.
I don't need the exact answer, but if someone could help point me in the right direction I would appreciate it. The answer would be great too, but I'd really like to understand the process here.