Blindest Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 Blindest Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Blindest Sayings By Edith Wharton: Our blindest impulses become evidence of perspicacity when they fall in with the course of Our blindest impulses become evidence of perspicacity when they fall in with the course of events. — Edith Wharton
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Blindest Sayings By Rudyard Kipling: There are few things sweeter in this world than the guileless, hotheaded,intemperate, open admiration of There are few things sweeter in this world than the guileless, hotheaded,
intemperate, open admiration of a junior. Even a woman in
her blindest devotion does not fall into the gait of the man she
adores, tilt her bonnet to the angle at which he wears his hat, or
interlard her speech with his pet oaths. — Rudyard Kipling
Blindest Sayings By Charles Caleb Colton: Avarice has ruined more men than prodigality, and the blindest thoughtlessness of expenditure has not Avarice has ruined more men than prodigality, and the blindest thoughtlessness of expenditure has not destroyed so many fortunes as the calculating but insatiable lust of accumulation. — Charles Caleb Colton
Blindest Sayings By Mimi Pond: Walking in high heels should be made an Olympic sport. Walking in high heels should be made an Olympic sport. — Mimi Pond
Blindest Sayings By Rutherford B. Hayes: Partisanship should be kept out of the pulpit ... The blindest of partisans are preachers. Partisanship should be kept out of the pulpit ... The blindest of partisans are preachers. All politicians expect and find more candor, fairness, and truth in politicians than in partisan preachers. They are not replied to
no chance to reply to them ... The balance wheel of free institutions is free discussion. The pulpit allows no free discussion. — Rutherford B. Hayes
Blindest Sayings By Nelson Rodrigues: In soccer, the blindest player is the one who sees nothing but the ball. In soccer, the blindest player is the one who sees nothing but the ball. — Nelson Rodrigues
Blindest Sayings By Iain M. Banks: Lying here, during all this time after my own small fall, it has become my Lying here, during all this time after my own small fall, it has become my conviction that things mean pretty much what we want them to mean. We'll pluck significance from the least consequential happenstance if it suits us and happily ignore the most flagrantly obvious symmetry between separate aspects of our lives if it threatens some cherished prejudice or cosily comforting belief; we are blindest to precisely whatever might be most illuminating. — Iain M. Banks
Blindest Sayings By V.C. Andrews: Love ... I put so much faith in it. Truth ... I kept believing it Love ... I put so much faith in it. Truth ... I kept believing it falls always from the lips of the one you love and trust the most. Faith ... it's all bound up to love and trust. Where does one end and the other start, and how do you tell when love is the blindest of all? — V.C. Andrews
Blindest Sayings By Phillips Brooks: I would know any man as a Christian, would rejoice to know any man as I would know any man as a Christian, would rejoice to know any man as a Christian, whom Jesus would recognize as a Christian; and Jesus Christ, I am sure, in these old days recognized His followers even if they came after Him with the blindest sight, with the most imperfect recognition and acknowledgment of what He was and of what He could do. — Phillips Brooks
Blindest Sayings By Donna Tartt: Love doesn't conquer everything. And whoever thinks it does is a fool. Love doesn't conquer everything. And whoever thinks it does is a fool. — Donna Tartt
Blindest Sayings By Annie Dillard: Oh, it's mysterious lamplit evenings, here in the galaxy, one after the other. It's one Oh, it's mysterious lamplit evenings, here in the galaxy, one after the other. It's one of those nights when I wander from window to window, looking for a sign. But I can't see. Terror and a beauty insoluble are a ribband of blue woven into the fringes of garments of things both great and small. No culture explains, no bivouac offers real haven or rest. But it could be that we are not seeing something. Galileo thought that comets were an optical illusion. This is fertile ground: since we are certain that they're not, we can look at what scientists are saying with fresh hope. What if there are really gleaming castellated cities hung upside-down over the desert sand? What limpid lakes and cool date palms have our caravans passed untried? Until, one by one, by the blindest of leaps, we light on the road to these places, we must stumble in darkness and hunger. — Annie Dillard
Blindest Sayings By David T. Hardy: For all his ego and mendacity, Moore is immensely popular. He's got an Oscar, more For all his ego and mendacity, Moore is immensely popular. He's got an Oscar, more film awards than we can easily count, and a following whose blindest followers resemble cult members. Like a cult, the Moore movement shares the drive to recruit converts.... — David T. Hardy
Blindest Sayings By Tyler Basu: Proper preparation ensures that when an opportunity is presented to you, you are ready to Proper preparation ensures that when an opportunity is presented to you, you are ready to seize it and excel. — Tyler Basu
Blindest Sayings By Thomas Hardy: Troy's deformities lay deep down from a woman's vision, whilst his embellishments were upon the Troy's deformities lay deep down from a woman's vision, whilst his embellishments were upon the very surface; thus contrasting with homely Oak, whose defects were patent to the blindest, and whose virtues were as metals in a mine. — Thomas Hardy
Blindest Sayings By Gregory Maguire: You always said I could see the present," said Candle, when she could speak. "But You always said I could see the present," said Candle, when she could speak. "But I can see nothing about her - my own daughter." Liir smoothed his hand over her silky flank. "Maybe that's not so surprising. Maybe all parents are blindest to their own offspring. — Gregory Maguire
Blindest Sayings By Anonymous: LUK18.35 And it came to pass, that as he was come nigh unto Jericho, a LUK18.35 And it came to pass, that as he was come nigh unto Jericho, a certain blind man sat by the way side begging: LUK18.36 And hearing the multitude pass by, he asked what it meant. LUK18.37 And they told him, that Jesus of Nazareth passeth by. LUK18.38 And he cried, saying, Jesus, thou son of David, have mercy on me. LUK18.39 And they which went before rebuked him, that he should hold his peace: but he cried so much the more, Thou son of David, have mercy on me. LUK18.40 And Jesus stood, and commanded him to be brought unto him: and when he was come near, he asked him, LUK18.41 Saying, What wilt thou that I shall do unto thee? And he said, Lord, that I may receive my sight. LUK18.42 And Jesus said unto him, Receive thy sight: thy faith hath saved thee. LUK18.43 And immediately he received his sight, and followed him, glorifying God: and all the people, when they saw it, gave praise unto God. — Anonymous
Blindest Sayings By David James Duncan: Peter didn't want to change the world: he wanted to fully comprehend it. Peter didn't want to change the world: he wanted to fully comprehend it. — David James Duncan