Realizing How Stupid You Are Famous Quotes & Sayings

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In the birthing process, you come out just realizing how stupid and weak men are! I mean, I might as well not have been in there, we're useless!Heath Ledger Realizing How Stupid You Are Sayings By Heath Ledger: In the birthing process, you come out just realizing how stupid and weak men are!
One of the most interesting laws of planet earth is called the law of mirroring. I'm one of the 144 thousand chosen ones to ascend to paradise and I keep meeting people that are not but arrogantly believe they are. Now, how can I know which one is the reflection and which one is the illusion? They need religion to feel safe while I was born with the knowledge of a thousand galactic civilizations inside of me. They think I accept their religion, whatever it is, not realizing that it's their religion that matches me. I have already surpassed planet Earth. I came here to give these humans a second chance. And yet, the ones closer to get it, think I'm they are the ones offering me a second chance. Isn't this interesting? I think it is fascinating. This planet is truly fascinating. I could say utterly stupid, but I don't want to depress myself about it. I rather call it fascinating.Robin Sacredfire Realizing How Stupid You Are Sayings By Robin Sacredfire: One of the most interesting laws of planet earth is called the law of mirroring.
I went to Lila's house in search of comfort. But I knew I had made a mistake with her, too. I had done something stupid: I hadn't told her about going with Stefano to get the photograph. Why had I been silent? Was I pleased with the role of peacemaker that her husband had proposed and did I think I could exercise it better by being silent about the visit to the Rettifilo? Had I been afraid of betraying Stefano's confidence and as a result, without realizing it, betrayed her? I didn't know. Certainly it hadn't been a real decision: rather, an uncertainty that first became a feigned carelessness, then the conviction that not having said right away what had happened made remedying the situation complicated and perhaps vain. How easy it was to do wrong. I sought excuses that might seem convincing to her, but I wasn't able to make them even to myself. I sensed that the foundations of my behavior were flawed, I was silent. OnElena Ferrante Realizing How Stupid You Are Sayings By Elena Ferrante: I went to Lila's house in search of comfort. But I knew I had made