Often Misinterpreted Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Often Misinterpreted Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Mythology is often defined as 'other peoples' religions', religion can be thought of as misinterpreted mythology.Joseph Campbell Often Misinterpreted Sayings By Joseph Campbell: Mythology is often defined as 'other peoples' religions', religion can be thought of as misinterpreted
the simplicity of many of Bush's pronouncements is often misinterpreted as evidence that he has penetrated to the core of a complex issue, when in fact exactly the opposite is true: They often mark his refusal even to consider complexity. And that's particularly troubling in a world where the challenges America faces are often quite complex and require rigorous, sustained, disciplined analysis.Al Gore Often Misinterpreted Sayings By Al Gore: the simplicity of many of Bush's pronouncements is often misinterpreted as evidence that he has
The romantic temper, so often and so grievously misinterpreted and not more by others than by its own, is an insecure, unsatisfied, and impatient temper which sees no fit abode here for its ideals and chooses therefore to behold them under insensible figures. As a result of this choice it comes to disregard certain limitations. Its figures are blown to wild adventures, lacking the gravity of solid bodies, and the mind that has conceived them ends by disowning them.James Joyce Often Misinterpreted Sayings By James Joyce: The romantic temper, so often and so grievously misinterpreted and not more by others than
Look back, believer: think of your doubting God when he has been so faithful to you
think of your foolish outcry of "Not so, my Father," when he crossed his hands in affliction to give you the larger blessing; think of the many times when you have read his providences in the dark, misinterpreted his dispensations, and groaned out, "All these things are against me," when they are all working together for your good! Think how often you have chosen sin because of its pleasure, when indeed, that pleasure was a root of bitterness to you!
Charles Haddon Spurgeon Often Misinterpreted Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: Look back, believer: think of your doubting God when he has been so faithful to
And why should I not confess that this friendship, and the testimony here and there of persons unknown to me, have upheld me in my career, both against myself and against unjust attacks; against the calumny which has often persecuted me, against discouragement, and against the too eager hopefulness whose utterances are misinterpreted as those of overwhelming conceit? I had resolved to display stolid stoicism in the face of abuse and insults; but on two occasions base slanders have necessitated a reply. Though the advocates of forgiveness of injuries may regret that I should have displayed my skill in literary fence, there are many Christians who are of opinion that we live in times when it is as well to show sometimes that silence springs from generosity.Honore De Balzac Often Misinterpreted Sayings By Honore De Balzac: And why should I not confess that this friendship, and the testimony here and there