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Trusted Sayings By Bill O'Reilly: Jesus once trusted Judas, appointing him treasurer of the disciples, and openly called him friend. Jesus once trusted Judas, appointing him treasurer of the disciples, and openly called him friend. But as so often happens when money is involved, years of friendship can quickly evaporate. — Bill O'Reilly
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Trusted Sayings By Anne Lamott: It made no sense that Abraham could head for the mountain in Moriah still believing It made no sense that Abraham could head for the mountain in Moriah still believing in God's goodness. It made no sense that even as he walked his son to the sacrificial altar, he still believed God's promise that Isaac would give him many descendants. It made no sense that he was willing to do the one thing in the world he could not do, just because God told him to. God told him to obey and to believe that he as a loving god and could be trusted. So Abraham did obey. — Anne Lamott
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Trusted Sayings By Mindscape: The funny thing about memory is that it can't be fully trusted, and yet, in The funny thing about memory is that it can't be fully trusted, and yet, in the end, it's the only truth we have. — Mindscape
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Trusted Sayings By M.M. Kaye: I still subscribe to the minority view that all horses are offensive weapons and not I still subscribe to the minority view that all horses are offensive weapons and not to be trusted a yard. — M.M. Kaye
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Trusted Sayings By Mark Leslie: I believe if you want to be trusted, you have to trust first. If you I believe if you want to be trusted, you have to trust first. If you do that, you will be betrayed sometimes. But the value of engendering trust is greater than the cost of being betrayed sometimes. — Mark Leslie
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Trusted Sayings By John Holt: We who believe that children want to learn about the world, are good at it, We who believe that children want to learn about the world, are good at it, and can be trusted to do it with very little adult coercion or interference, are probably no more than one percent of the population, if that. And we are not likely to become the majority in my lifetime. This doesn't trouble me much anymore, as long as this minority keeps on growing. My work is to help it grow.
John Holt
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Trusted Sayings By Deb Caletti: Elijah's wearing white shorts and a bright green shirt and plaid sneakers. People who dress Elijah's wearing white shorts and a bright green shirt and plaid sneakers. People who dress like they're in a perfume ad shouldn't be trusted, in my opinion. They're disingenuous with floral overtones. — Deb Caletti
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Trusted Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Jordan leaned on the counter. He felt a little like a bartender in a TV Jordan leaned on the counter. He felt a little like a bartender in a TV show, dispensing sage advice. "What do you owe her?"
"Life," Isabelle said.
Jordan blinked. This was a little beyond his bartending and advice-offering skills. "She saved your life?"
"She saved Jace's life. She could have had anything from the Angel Raziel, and she saved my brother. I've only ever trusted a few people in my life. Really trusted. My mother, Alec, Jace, and Max. I lost one of them already. Clary's the only reason I didn't lose another. — Cassandra Clare
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Trusted Sayings By Candice Millard: With the Lincoln assassination, the South didn't feel it could mourn along with the North. With the Lincoln assassination, the South didn't feel it could mourn along with the North. But Garfield was beloved by all the American people. He was trusted and respected by North and South, by freed slaves and former slave owners. Also by pioneers, which his parents had been, and by immigrants. — Candice Millard
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Trusted Sayings By Edward Snowden: The United States need to be focusing more on creating a more secure, more reliable, The United States need to be focusing more on creating a more secure, more reliable, more robust, and more trusted internet, not one that's weaker, not one that relies on this systemic model of exploiting every vulnerability, every threat out there. — Edward Snowden
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Trusted Sayings By Rick Yancey: It kills me. The way he trusted. LIke the way we trusted before they came It kills me. The way he trusted. LIke the way we trusted before they came and blue the whole goddamned world apart. Trusted that when it got dark there would be light. Trusted that when you wanted a fucking strawberry Frappuccino you could plop your ass in the car, drive down the streed, and get yourself a fucking strawberry Frappuccino! — Rick Yancey
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Trusted Sayings By Rutherford B. Hayes: These semi-traitors [Union generals who were not hostile to slavery] must be watched.Let us be These semi-traitors [Union generals who were not hostile to slavery] must be watched.
Let us be careful who become army leaders in the reorganized army at the end of this Rebellion. The man who thinks that the perpetuity of slavery is essential to the existence of the Union, is unfit to be trusted. The deadliest enemy the Union has is slavery
in fact, its only enemy. — Rutherford B. Hayes
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Trusted Sayings By Erin Hunter: A pang shot through her as she realized how absolutely she trusted the tabby warrior A pang shot through her as she realized how absolutely she trusted the tabby warrior to guard them while they retreated. — Erin Hunter
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Trusted Sayings By Kat Rosenfield: In a small town, unexplained tragedy can only go so long before it grows teeth, In a small town, unexplained tragedy can only go so long before it grows teeth, sprouts sharp claws, and turns, snarling, on its own self. Before fragments of gossip become rumors, and the rumors become suspicions. Before neighbors start eyeing each other with the mistrustful narrowness of oft-kicked dogs. Inside the safe shelter of their homes, husbands and wives draw the blinds tight and turn to each other, worrying at small bits of information and wondering who, who among their shrinking circle of trusted friends, might still know something he isn't telling. — Kat Rosenfield
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Trusted Sayings By Patricia A. McKillip: Even I could not guess what misgivings lay behind Perrin's clear eyes. Perhaps none; perhaps Even I could not guess what misgivings lay behind Perrin's clear eyes. Perhaps none; perhaps he trusted Laurel without question. Perhaps he was right. All I knew is what Laurel's hands said when she spoke Corbet's name. And how often she said it, until it seemed, like the falling of autumn leaves, or the long ribbons of migrating birds, one of the season's changes. — Patricia A. McKillip
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Trusted Sayings By Keith Thibodeaux: In fact, I was one of the few trusted people that Lucy allowed to play In fact, I was one of the few trusted people that Lucy allowed to play with their kids. I spent time at their summer home, rode horses at their ranch, and swam at their beach house. I even spent a Christmas with them at Palm Springs one year. — Keith Thibodeaux
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Trusted Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: It's usually pointed out that women are not fit for political power, and ought not It's usually pointed out that women are not fit for political power, and ought not to be trusted with a vote because they are politically ignorant, socially prejudiced, narrow-minded, and selfish. True enough, but precisely the same is true of men! — George Bernard Shaw
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Trusted Sayings By Joseph Wood Krutch: I have drawn from books written by learned experts and also upon my observation of I have drawn from books written by learned experts and also upon my observation of living creatures in whom I have long delighted and with whom I have perhaps more sympathy than some of those who remain austerely scientific. The intuitions of a lover are not always to be trusted; but neither are those of the loveless. — Joseph Wood Krutch
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Trusted Sayings By Louise Gluck: The Triumph Of AchillesIn the story of Patroclusno one survives, not even Achilleswho was nearly The Triumph Of Achilles

In the story of Patroclus
no one survives, not even Achilles
who was nearly a god.
Patroclus resembled him; they wore
the same armor.

Always in these friendships
one serves the other, one is less than the other:
the hierarchy
is always apparent, though the legends
cannot be trusted--
their source is the survivor,
the one who has been abandoned.

What were the Greek ships on fire
compared to this loss?

In his tent, Achilles
grieved with his whole being
and the gods saw
he was a man already dead, a victim
of the part that loved,
the part that was mortal. — Louise Gluck
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Trusted Sayings By Ronald Frame: We were perfectly decorous together. It took the will of both of us. I trusted We were perfectly decorous together. It took the will of both of us. I trusted him with me, and myself with him. — Ronald Frame
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Trusted Sayings By Joy Preble: Anything was possible when people had secrets. And everyone had secrets. Even people you trusted. Anything was possible when people had secrets. And everyone had secrets. Even people you trusted. Maybe even especially people you trusted, because they had an investment in maintaining that trust. — Joy Preble
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Trusted Sayings By Sarah Perry: She'd never know what to do with children: Francis had wrong-footed her so completely that She'd never know what to do with children: Francis had wrong-footed her so completely that she'd come to think of them as delightful but volatile species no more to be trusted than cats. — Sarah Perry
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Trusted Sayings By Anne Rice: But Marchent, most journalists can't be trusted. You do know that, don't you? But Marchent, most journalists can't be trusted. You do know that, don't you? — Anne Rice
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Trusted Sayings By Steven Hatfill: I was a guy who trusted the government. Now, I don't trust a damn thing I was a guy who trusted the government. Now, I don't trust a damn thing they do. — Steven Hatfill
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Trusted Sayings By Mark Haddon: None of them were greatly interested in the election except as a national soap opera None of them were greatly interested in the election except as a national soap opera in which the closeness of the result was more exciting than the identity of the winner. Individually, they were passionate about GP fundholding, academy schools, asylum, but none of them trusted any party to keep a promise about any of these issues. Louisa struggled to believe that she could change herself, let alone the world. — Mark Haddon
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Trusted Sayings By Richard Yates: I seem to have to lost confidence in just about everything else. I've come to I seem to have to lost confidence in just about everything else. I've come to believe that only a very, very few matters in the world can ever be trusted to make sense. — Richard Yates
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Trusted Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: In my very limited experience I've already found that people seeking power are not to In my very limited experience I've already found that people seeking power are not to be trusted. — Tahereh Mafi
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Trusted Sayings By P.M. Hubbard: I did not try to keep her. I do not think I even wanted to. I did not try to keep her. I do not think I even wanted to. Between us, for the moment, there was nothing more to be said. I wanted above all to be alone and think things over. When she was ready to go, she said, "Better give me the gun. You won't want it on the journey, and if there is a check, I can manage it better than you can. But unloaded, please." I did not ask her how she would manage. I found I trusted her completely in things like that, and my own recent record did not inspire much confidence in the matter of keeping my weaponry out of enemy hands. — P.M. Hubbard
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Trusted Sayings By Jacob T. Schwartz: Because of mathematics precise, formal character, mathematical arguments remain sound even when they are long Because of mathematics precise, formal character, mathematical arguments remain sound even when they are long and complex. In contast, common sense arguments can generally be trusted only if they remain short; even moderately long nonmathematical arguments rapidly becomes farfetched an dubious. — Jacob T. Schwartz
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Trusted Sayings By Amy Garvey: But love like that can be too big, too. It can be something you shouldn't But love like that can be too big, too. It can be something you shouldn't be trusted to hold when you're the kind of person who drops the eggs and breaks the remote control. — Amy Garvey
Trusted Sayings By Liza Ward: You see, I could no longer be trusted around beautiful things and my weakness was You see, I could no longer be trusted around beautiful things and my weakness was apparent — Liza Ward
Trusted Sayings By John Gofman: Ionizing radiation may well be the most important single cause of cancer, birth defects and Ionizing radiation may well be the most important single cause of cancer, birth defects and genetic disorders ... The stakes for human health are very, very high in radiation matters. It is essential that people take no chance that conflict-of-interest is producing radiation databases which cannot be trusted. — John Gofman
Trusted Sayings By Kristin Cashore: You do trust him, though, Giddon?""Holt, who is stealing your sculptures and is of questionable You do trust him, though, Giddon?"
"Holt, who is stealing your sculptures and is of questionable mental health?"
"Yes."
"I trusted him five minutes ago. Now I'm at a bit of a loss."
"Your opinion five minutes ago is good enough for me. — Kristin Cashore
Trusted Sayings By Eoin Colfer: Vinyaya was being openly antagonistic, and that was an emotion that could be trusted, unless Vinyaya was being openly antagonistic, and that was an emotion that could be trusted, unless of course it was a bluff and the commander was a secret fan of his, unless it was a double bluff and she really did feel antagonistic. — Eoin Colfer
Trusted Sayings By Michael Paterniti: Someday, of course, she would light out on her own, following her own riverbed, and Someday, of course, she would light out on her own, following her own riverbed, and though we'd follow as long as she allowed, and though we trusted she'd come and go from our lives with regularity, she would also be a half memory [ ... ] — Michael Paterniti
Trusted Sayings By J. Budziszewski: In the modern era, many thinkers began to mistrust faith, viewing it as 'blind' and In the modern era, many thinkers began to mistrust faith, viewing it as 'blind' and an enemy of reason. Their watchword was 'reason alone.' One of the difficulties of this stance is that reason cannot test its own reliability, any more than soapstone can test its own hardness. Any argument, accomplished by reasoning, that what reasoning accomplishes can be trusted, would be circular, because it would take for granted the very thing that it was trying to prove.
Suppose I am at the window of a burning building. Although I can hear the firemen calling to me from far below, I cannot see them because of all the smoke. They are telling me to jump. Though I may have every reason to believe that they will catch me in their net, I may not trust them enough to overcome my fear, and so, hesitating, I burn to death. Obviously, my reasons are not the same as trust; faith surpasses reason. Even so they are reasons for trust; though faith surpasses reason, it is not irrational. — J. Budziszewski
Trusted Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: You've accepted who and what I am from the beginning. You've never tried to change You've accepted who and what I am from the beginning. You've never tried to change me or ... or hide me. You've always trusted me, even when you probably shouldn't have. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Trusted Sayings By Steve Harvey: Some parts of your vision are meant to be shared, in confidence, only with a Some parts of your vision are meant to be shared, in confidence, only with a trusted mentor, friend, or family member. And some aspects of your vision honestly don't need to go beyond your prayer time with God. — Steve Harvey
Trusted Sayings By Jay Crownover: I've never trusted anyone all the time. It's the people I care about the most I've never trusted anyone all the time. It's the people I care about the most that always seem to do the most damage. — Jay Crownover
Trusted Sayings By Bryant McGill: Trust others and you will be more trusted. Trust others and you will be more trusted. — Bryant McGill
Trusted Sayings By David Broder: Anybody who wants the presidency so much that he'll spend two years organizing and campaigning Anybody who wants the presidency so much that he'll spend two years organizing and campaigning for it is not to be trusted with the office. — David Broder
Trusted Sayings By Krystal Volney: There are many that enter into friendships and relationships with unrealistic expectations. God has taught There are many that enter into friendships and relationships with unrealistic expectations. God has taught me how to stop having high expectations in people, and instead put expectations in Him. He gives humans choices. No matter how "good", strong, or well-meaning a person may be, it's unrealistic to think that he or she can fulfill our every expectation. We live in a world where humans want power; as you can see, everything requires power from the intangible things to the tangible things. Be careful of who you trust because who they truly are, may not be who you thought they were even if you've known them for years. Sometimes the greatest backstabbers are the ones you trusted after many years and then they eventually show their true colors. Such is life. — Krystal Volney
Trusted Sayings By Joe Hill: It was perhaps, the devil's oldest precept, that sin could always be trusted to reveal It was perhaps, the devil's oldest precept, that sin could always be trusted to reveal what was most human in a person as often for good as for ill. — Joe Hill
Trusted Sayings By Roderick L. Evans: Though situations and circumstances arise which sometimes test our faith and patience, the Lord can Though situations and circumstances arise which sometimes test our faith and patience, the Lord can be trusted to see us through. — Roderick L. Evans
Trusted Sayings By Aspen Matis: I doubted I could survive in the woods without these very basic things to help I doubted I could survive in the woods without these very basic things to help me. It seemed like a tremendous leap of faith to forsake the tools I'd always been told I needed. And yet leaving college to walk was such a massive leap of faith already, and nothing I'd ever trusted and believed in seemed true any longer. — Aspen Matis
Trusted Sayings By Amanda Stevens: For those of us who can, there are certain precautions we must take in order For those of us who can, there are certain precautions we must take in order to protect ourselves and those around us. The first and most important is this-never acknowledge the dead. Don't look at them, don't speak to them don't let them sense your fear. Even when they touch you" ... "The second thing you must remember is this," Papa said. "Never stray too far from hallowed ground." ... "Rule Number Three," he said. "Keep your distance from those who are haunted. If they seek you out, turn away from them, for they constitute a terrible threat and cannot be trusted." ... "Rule Number Four," he said sternly. "Never, ever tempt fate. — Amanda Stevens
Trusted Sayings By Marissa Meyer: Cinder gaped at her stepmother, her own anger eclipsed with a surprising jolt of pity. Cinder gaped at her stepmother, her own anger eclipsed with a surprising jolt of pity. This woman was full of so much ignorance it was almost like she wanted to stay that way. She saw what she wanted, believed anything to support her limited view of the world. ( ... )Five years she had lived with this woman, and never once had she seen Cinder as she was. As Kai saw her, and Thorne and Iko and all the people who trusted her. All the people who knew her.
She shook her head, finding it easier than she'd expected to dismiss her stepmother's words. I'm done trying to explain myself to you. I'm done seeking your approval. I'm done with you. — Marissa Meyer
Trusted Sayings By Justin Villanueva: God seemed to have become a brand, a packaging, and people purchase this trusted brand God seemed to have become a brand, a packaging, and people purchase this trusted brand with such faith and devotion that they no longer care who the vendor is. — Justin Villanueva
Trusted Sayings By Rachel Naomi Remen: I looked at the place on my finger again. This time it really was an I looked at the place on my finger again. This time it really was an empty space. And silent. It was big. For the first time I faced a loss with a sense of curiosity. What would come to fill up this space? Would I make another ring? Or would I find another ring in a secondhand shop, or even in another country? Perhaps someday someone I had not even met would give me a ring because he loved me. I was thirty-five and I had never trusted life before. I had never allowed any empty spaces. I had believed that empty spaces remained empty. Life had been about hanging on to what you had and medical training had only reinforced the avoidance of loss at all costs. Anything I had ever let go of had claw marks on it. Yet this empty space had become different. It held all the excitement and anticipation of a wrapped Christmas present. — Rachel Naomi Remen
Trusted Sayings By George MacDonald: Be very sure, my son, God is the only adviser to be trusted, and you Be very sure, my son, God is the only adviser to be trusted, and you must do what he tells you, even if it lead you to a stake, to be burned by the slow fire of poverty. - O my Father!" cried the old man, breaking out suddenly in prayer, "my soul is a flickering flame of which thou art the eternal, inextinguishable fire. I am blessed because thou art. Because thou art life, I live. Nothing can hurt me, because nothing can hurt thee. To thy care I leave my son, for thou lovest him as thou hast loved me. Deal with him as thou hast dealt with me. I ask for nothing, care for nothing but thy will. Strength is gone from me, but my life is hid in thee. I am a feeble old man, but I am dying into the eternal day of thy strength. — George MacDonald
Trusted Sayings By Adam Smith: What is the species of domestic industry which his capital can employ, and of which What is the species of domestic industry which his capital can employ, and of which the produce is likely to be of the greatest value, every individual, it is evident, can, in his local situation, judge much better than any statesman or lawgiver can do for him. The statesman who should attempt to direct private people in what manner they ought to employ their capitals would not only load himself with a most unnecessary attention, but assume an authority which could safely be trusted, not only to no single person, but to no council or senate whatever, and which would nowhere be so dangerous as in the hands of a man who had folly and presumption enough to fancy himself fit to exercise it. — Adam Smith
Trusted Sayings By Jodi Picoult: It was one thing to sacrifice your own life for someone else's. It was another It was one thing to sacrifice your own life for someone else's. It was another thing entirely to bring into the mix a third party - a third party who knew you, who trusted you implicitly. — Jodi Picoult
Trusted Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the government of others? Or have we found angels in the form of kings to govern him? Let history answer this question. — Thomas Jefferson
Trusted Sayings By Ann Coulter: When it comes to immigration, the journalist's motto is: The public can't be trusted with When it comes to immigration, the journalist's motto is: The public can't be trusted with the truth. — Ann Coulter
Trusted Sayings By Robin York: It's not an embarrassment. Embarrassment fades. This is a black mark. You might as well It's not an embarrassment. Embarrassment fades. This is a black mark. You might as well have committed a felony, Caroline, and all because you didn't use your head."

'Nate is the one who posted the pictures.'

"And you're the one who let him take them."

'I trusted him.'

He makes a disgusted sound. Looks away from me. — Robin York
Trusted Sayings By Rudolph Rummel: Nobody can be trusted with unlimited power. The more power a regime has, the more Nobody can be trusted with unlimited power. The more power a regime has, the more likely people will be killed. This is a major reason for promoting freedom. — Rudolph Rummel
Trusted Sayings By Richard Hall: We are trusted, loved and wanted in direct proportion to how we trust, love and We are trusted, loved and wanted in direct proportion to how we trust, love and want those with whom we come in contact — Richard Hall
Trusted Sayings By George Orwell: I worked out an anarchistic theory that all government is evil, that the punishment always I worked out an anarchistic theory that all government is evil, that the punishment always does more harm than the crime and the people can be trusted to behave decently if you will only let them alone. — George Orwell
Trusted Sayings By Cassandra Clare: It was strange how your world could shift on its axis and everything you trusted It was strange how your world could shift on its axis and everything you trusted could invert itself in what seemed like no time at all. — Cassandra Clare
Trusted Sayings By Tom Clancy: The only real difference between a wise man and a fool, Moore knew, was that The only real difference between a wise man and a fool, Moore knew, was that the wise man tended to make more serious mistakes - and only because no one trusted a fool with really crucial decisions; only the wise had the opportunity to lose battles, or nations. — Tom Clancy
Trusted Sayings By Peter Senge: Most of us at one time or another have been part of a great 'team', Most of us at one time or another have been part of a great 'team', a group of people who functioned together in an extraordinary way-who trusted one another, who complemented each other's strengths and compensated for each other's limitations, who had common goals that were larger than an individual's goals, and who produced extraordinary results ... the team that became great didn't start off great-it learned how to produce extraordinary results. — Peter Senge
Trusted Sayings By Lawrence Dale Bell: Show me a man who cannot bother to do little things and I'll show you Show me a man who cannot bother to do little things and I'll show you a man who cannot be trusted to do big things. — Lawrence Dale Bell
Trusted Sayings By Marcia Angell: [ ... ] The problems I've discussed are not limited to psychiatry, although they reach [ ... ] The problems I've discussed are not limited to psychiatry, although they reach their most florid form there. Similar conflicts of interest and biases exist in virtually every field of medicine, particularly those that rely heavily on drugs or devices. It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.
(Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption, Jan 15 2009) — Marcia Angell
Trusted Sayings By Anna Wintour: I don't think I am that hands-on. I'm much more of a believer in finding I don't think I am that hands-on. I'm much more of a believer in finding a great team of people and trusting them to follow their instincts. They work better when they feel they have freedom and they are trusted. — Anna Wintour
Trusted Sayings By Miles Davis: If you sacrifice your art because of some woman, or some man, or for some If you sacrifice your art because of some woman, or some man, or for some color, or for some wealth, you can't be trusted. — Miles Davis
Trusted Sayings By Ursula K. Le Guin: The only emotion I felt was shame. For him, for myself. Again I had trusted, The only emotion I felt was shame. For him, for myself. Again I had trusted, and again I had betrayed and been betrayed. Venne — Ursula K. Le Guin
Trusted Sayings By Kiran Nagarkar: Leelawati was sitting on a swing in the palace. Without meaning to, i ran towards Leelawati was sitting on a swing in the palace. Without meaning to, i ran towards her. She swung herself from the swing straight into my arms and hugged me. She wouldn't let go of me and i wasn't about to let go of her. To be trusted so, without any reservations, i too must have been up to some good in my past lives. — Kiran Nagarkar
Trusted Sayings By Bram Stoker: Man cannot be trusted unless they are watched Man cannot be trusted unless they are watched — Bram Stoker
Trusted Sayings By Hilary Duff: I'd been right from the start - soulmates were for fairy tales. In real life, I'd been right from the start - soulmates were for fairy tales. In real life, people were just people, and they couldn't be trusted. — Hilary Duff
Trusted Sayings By Jim Butcher: There was a ticking time bomb inside my head and the one person I trusted There was a ticking time bomb inside my head and the one person I trusted to go in and get it out hadn't shown up or spoken to me for more than a year. — Jim Butcher
Trusted Sayings By Sarah Caudwell: In order to deceive others, it is necessary also to deceive oneself. The actor playing In order to deceive others, it is necessary also to deceive oneself. The actor playing Hamlet must indeed believe that he is the Prince of Denmark, though when he leaves the stage he will usually remember who he really is. On the other hand, when someone's entire life is based on pretense, they will seldom if ever return to reality. That is the secret of successful politicians, evangelists and confidence tricksters - they believe that they are telling the truth, even when they know that they have faked the evidence. Sincerity, my dear Julia, is a quality not to be trusted. — Sarah Caudwell
Trusted Sayings By Dan Ellis: Jesus put his life on the line because He trusted that His Father had a Jesus put his life on the line because He trusted that His Father had a greater plan. — Dan Ellis
Trusted Sayings By Charles Darwin: But then arises the doubt, can the mind of man, which has, as I fully But then arises the doubt, can the mind of man, which has, as I fully believe been developed from a mind as low as that possessed by the lowest animal, be trusted when it draws such grand conclusions? — Charles Darwin
Trusted Sayings By Scott Pelley: The American people can always be trusted with the information. The American people can always be trusted with the information. — Scott Pelley
Trusted Sayings By Douglas Brinkley: Everybody trusted Cronkite because he reminded them of their favorite uncle or trusted family physician. Everybody trusted Cronkite because he reminded them of their favorite uncle or trusted family physician. Being square in the age of the Beatles made Cronkite retro cool. — Douglas Brinkley
Trusted Sayings By Lord Acton: A man can be trusted only up to low-water mark. A man can be trusted only up to low-water mark. — Lord Acton
Trusted Sayings By Taylor Caldwell: Men who retain irony are not to be trusted. They can't always resist an impulse Men who retain irony are not to be trusted. They can't always resist an impulse to tickle themselves. — Taylor Caldwell
Trusted Sayings By Jayne Castle: You and I certainly had out issues, Cooper. But I never, for a moment, doubted You and I certainly had out issues, Cooper. But I never, for a moment, doubted that you could be trusted. My father told me once that your word was good amber. I have no reason to believe otherwise. — Jayne Castle
Trusted Sayings By Thomas Paine: A body of men holding themselves accountable to nobody ought not to be trusted by A body of men holding themselves accountable to nobody ought not to be trusted by anybody. — Thomas Paine
Trusted Sayings By Anne Mallory: Gabriel didn't need to look back. To see. He trusted his friend. He smiled grimly. Gabriel didn't need to look back. To see. He trusted his friend. He smiled grimly. And wasn't that the crux? — Anne Mallory
Trusted Sayings By Anonymous: Just as God charged our sin to Christ, so he credits the perfect obedience of Just as God charged our sin to Christ, so he credits the perfect obedience of Jesus to all who trust in him. In what is often called the Great Exchange, God exchanges our sin for Christ's righteousness. As a result, all who have trusted in Christ as Savior stand before God not with a clean-but-empty ledger, but one filled with the very righteousness of Christ! — Anonymous
Trusted Sayings By Ann Voskamp: There is unwavering peace today when an uncertain tomorrow is trusted to an unchanging God. There is unwavering peace today when an uncertain tomorrow is trusted to an unchanging God. — Ann Voskamp
Trusted Sayings By David Gemmell: Fear cannot be trusted ... It exaggerates everything. It is both treacherous and dishonest. Fear cannot be trusted ... It exaggerates everything. It is both treacherous and dishonest. — David Gemmell
Trusted Sayings By John Dewey: our daily associations cannot be trusted to make clear to the young the part played our daily associations cannot be trusted to make clear to the young the part played in our activities by remote physical energies, and by invisible structures. Hence a special mode of social intercourse is instituted, the school, to care for such matters. — John Dewey
Trusted Sayings By David Allen: In general, the reason things are on your mind is that the outcome and the In general, the reason things are on your mind is that the outcome and the action step(s) have not been appropriately defined, and/or reminders of them have not been put in places where you can be trusted to look for them appropriately. — David Allen
Trusted Sayings By Timothy Zahn: Luck is merely an illusion, trusted by the ignorant and chased by the foolish. Luck is merely an illusion, trusted by the ignorant and chased by the foolish. — Timothy Zahn
Trusted Sayings By Sunita Parasuraman: Some things a man should tell his wife, Some things to friend and some to Some things a man should tell his wife, Some things to friend and some to son; All these are trusted. He should not Tell everything to everyone. — Sunita Parasuraman
Trusted Sayings By Lish McBride: He got in my face and started jabbing a finger into my chest. "Then we He got in my face and started jabbing a finger into my chest. "Then we don't want your help, if this is what it looks like. First you bring a human among us, and now this? I don't like your kind, and I'm not the only one. They can't be trusted. You can't be trusted." He drew the last word out, practically hissing it. That's our Eric. What a charmer. Ladies, try not to swoon. — Lish McBride
Trusted Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: The trusted quality and power of the believed sponsor of your words will have a The trusted quality and power of the believed sponsor of your words will have a big impact on the power released in and through your words. You should have sufficient sponsorship to counter the kind of words you do not want to influence your life, thoughts and mission. Contrary words and convincing voices will encounter you on the route to your destiny and they need to be countered with strong conviction and authority. — Archibald Marwizi
Trusted Sayings By C. G. Jung: There is no other way open to us ; weare forced to resort to decisions There is no other way open to us ; we
are forced to resort to decisions and solutions where we formerly trusted ourselves to natural happenings. Every problem, therefore, brings the possibility of a widening of consciousness-but also the necessity of
saying good-bye to childlike unconsciousness and trust in nature. — C. G. Jung
Trusted Sayings By Raymond Barfield: Everything has a story and every story if it's not told fast is just not Everything has a story and every story if it's not told fast is just not gonna be told. But you can't tell every story about everybody and everything. And you can't tell every story fast. Some just have to be trusted to God's memory. You can't even tell every story about yourself to yourself. Some of it just has to be lived. — Raymond Barfield
Trusted Sayings By Panashe Chigumadzi: She was still not at ease with the idea that she was now important enough She was still not at ease with the idea that she was now important enough to have people as accessories. Nor was she comfortable with the idea of these people as gatekeepers with access to the details of their personal lives. Whenever she felt herself shrinking under the indifferent glare of the staff that surrounded her, as she did in this instance, she straightened her back and lifted her chin in the way that Chiedza, her trusted advisor-friend, had instructed her to do. — Panashe Chigumadzi
Trusted Sayings By Mac Anderson: If employees feel you don't trust them to do their jobs correctly and well, they'll If employees feel you don't trust them to do their jobs correctly and well, they'll be reluctant to do much without your approval. On the other hand, when they feel trusted, that you believe they'll do the right things well, they'll naturally want to do things well and be deserving of your trust. — Mac Anderson
Trusted Sayings By Matt Blaze: The perspective that law enforcement is presenting seems to be a very narrow one that's The perspective that law enforcement is presenting seems to be a very narrow one that's focused very, very heavily on investigations of past crimes rather than on preventing future crimes. It's very important for policymakers to take that broader view because they're the ones who are trusted to look at the big picture. — Matt Blaze
Trusted Sayings By Joseph J. Ellis: Upon learning that Washington intended to reject the mantle of emperor, no less an authority Upon learning that Washington intended to reject the mantle of emperor, no less an authority than George III allegedly observed, "If he does that, he will be the greatest man in the world." True to his word, on December 22, 1783, Washington surrendered his commission to the Congress, then meeting in Annapolis: "Having now finished the work assigned me," he announced, "I now retire from the great theater of action." In so doing, he became the supreme example of the leader who could be trusted with power because he was so ready to give it up. — Joseph J. Ellis
Trusted Sayings By Madeline Claire Franklin: But memories were fragile and not to be trusted. They were a weight that Faolin But memories were fragile and not to be trusted. They were a weight that Faolin did not need to carry with him when he set out that morning. Things of the past, like the fragile boy he had been, had no place on a man's journey towards his future. — Madeline Claire Franklin
Trusted Sayings By Rick Riordan: Once I got over the fact that my Latin teacher was a horse, we had Once I got over the fact that my Latin teacher was a horse, we had a nice tour, though I was careful not to walk behind him. I'd done pooper-scooper patrol in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade a few times, and, I'm sorry, I did not trust Chiron's back the the way I trusted his front. — Rick Riordan
Trusted Sayings By Francis De Sales: Do not look forward to what may happen tomorrow; the same everlasting Father who cares Do not look forward to what may happen tomorrow; the same everlasting Father who cares for you today will take care of you tomorrow and every day. Either He will shield you from suffering, or He will gibe you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace, then, put aside all anxious thoughts and imaginations, and say continually: The Lord is my strength and shield; my heart has trusted in Him and I am helped. he is not only with me, but in me and I in Him. — Francis De Sales
Trusted Sayings By Salman Rushdie: It was, for him, an object lesson in the importance of the "better out than It was, for him, an object lesson in the importance of the "better out than in" free speech argument - that it was better to allow even the most reprehensible speech than to sweep it under the carpet, better to publicly contest and perhaps deride what was loathsome than to give it the glamour of taboo, and that, for the most part, people could be trusted to tell the good from the bad. — Salman Rushdie
Trusted Sayings By Don McCullin: I have a dark room, and I still process film, but digital photography can be I have a dark room, and I still process film, but digital photography can be a totally lying kind of experience; you can move anything you want ... the whole thing can't be trusted, really. — Don McCullin