Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Sayings By Gary L. Stewart: I know that sometimes things should be left in the past, that knowing isn't always I know that sometimes things should be left in the past, that knowing isn't always better. Sometimes the truth is so horrible that it must be uncovered in bits and pieces, snippets here and there, absorbed slowly, as the whole of it at once is simply too shocking to bear.
And sometimes the truth changes everything... — Gary L. Stewart
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Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Sayings By Lucy Walker: I don't know if people realize how hard I work, because sometimes people ask me I don't know if people realize how hard I work, because sometimes people ask me for my secret. The truth is that I don't have any secrets apart from the fact that I've been directing theater and film for twenty years and trying at every stage to make my work better. — Lucy Walker
Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Sayings By David McCullough: Sometimes I wonder if we make too much of our presidents. Might it be better Sometimes I wonder if we make too much of our presidents. Might it be better if we ignored them a little more than we do? But then on the other hand, I don't think we can ever know enough about them, and particularly before putting them in the job. The truth is, of course, it makes an enormous difference who's in the White House. — David McCullough
Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Sayings By David Arnold: What would I tell her? The truth, I hope. That in my longing for originality What would I tell her? The truth, I hope. That in my longing for originality and relational honesty and a hundred other I-don't-know-whats, this action, while strange and socially awkward, makes more sense than just about anything else in my world. And even though it's cryptic and more than a little odd, sometimes cryptic and odd are better than lying down for the Man. — David Arnold
Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Sayings By Jean Vanier: People in community sometimes believe that they know better than the others, or see themselves People in community sometimes believe that they know better than the others, or see themselves as 'saviours'. Community discernment implies that all members, or at least all those with responsibility, try together to discover its direction and the important things it is to do. The vital thing is that discernment is approached without passion, so that no one feels the need to convince others or to impose particular notions. If everyone listens to each other's ideas, the truth will gradually and calmly emerge. This can take a long time, but it is worthwhile, because once a decision has been made, each member of the community will have a personal commitment to the project. — Jean Vanier
Sometimes It's Better Not To Know The Truth Sayings By Nicholas Sparks: A truth emerges in any long marriage, and the truth is this: Our spouses sometimes A truth emerges in any long marriage, and the truth is this: Our spouses sometimes know us better than we even know ourselves. — Nicholas Sparks