Unjudged Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Unjudged Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Unjudged Sayings By Louise Erdrich: For it was through books that she felt her life to be unjudged Look at For it was through books that she felt her life to be unjudged Look at all of the great mix-ups, messes, confinement, and double-dealings in Shakespeare, she thought.Identities disguised continually, in a combative dance of illusion and discovery. — Louise Erdrich
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Unjudged Sayings By A.J. Darkholme: Some only follow the holy man while others only follow the warlord. But the truth Some only follow the holy man while others only follow the warlord. But the truth is, both sides are within all of us, and if people could only see that, they wouldn't have to wear masks, or pretend to be holy like a holy man, or pretend that nothing can hurt them like a warlord. They could just be themselves, unjudged. — A.J. Darkholme
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Unjudged Sayings By John Boyle O'Reilly: Too late we learn, a man must hold his friendUnjudged, accepted, trusted to the end. Too late we learn, a man must hold his friend
Unjudged, accepted, trusted to the end. — John Boyle O'Reilly
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Unjudged Sayings By A.W. Tozer: is the veil of our fleshly fallen nature living on, unjudged within us, uncrucified and is the veil of our fleshly fallen nature living on, unjudged within us, uncrucified and unrepudiated. It is the close-woven veil of the self-life which we have never truly acknowledged, of which we have been secretly ashamed, and which for these reasons we have never brought to the judgment of the cross. It is not too mysterious, this opaque veil, nor is it hard to identify. We have but to look in our own hearts and we shall see it there, sewn and patched and repaired it may be, but there nevertheless, an enemy to our lives and an effective block to our spiritual progress. — A.W. Tozer
Unjudged Sayings By Jerzy Kosinski: Had it been possible for me to fix the plane permanently in the sky, to Had it been possible for me to fix the plane permanently in the sky, to defy the winds and clouds and all the forces pushing it upward and pulling it earthward, I would have willingly done so. I would have stayed in my seat with my eyes closed, all strength and passion gone, my mind as quiescent as a coat rack under a forgotten hat, and I would have remained there, timeless, unmeasured, unjudged, bothering no one, suspended forever between my past and my future. — Jerzy Kosinski
Unjudged Sayings By Jim Parsons: Home is where you feel unjudged, and where what I do isn't necessarily stupid or Home is where you feel unjudged, and where what I do isn't necessarily stupid or wrong. — Jim Parsons