About 8,160 results
|Ansel Adams I have a very strong feeling that the opposite of love is not hate—it's |
apathy. It's not giving a damn. Leo Buscaglia Prayer is a thought, ... Albert Ellis
Intense feeling too often obscures the truth. Harry S. Truman. E120 Laura
|“Intense feeling too often obscures the truth.” (Speech, October 19, 1948) “I never |
sit on a fence. I am either on one side or another.” (Speech, October 30, 1948) “
About the meanest thing you can say about a man is that he means well.
|I just told the truth and they thought it was hell.” “Intense feeling too often |
obscures the truth.” “Actions are the seed of fate deeds grow into destiny.” “All my
life, whenever it comes time to make a decision, I make it and forget about it.
|Truman, Harry S If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. - Truman, Harry |
S Intense feeling too often obscures the truth. - Truman, Harry S I never gave
anybody hell! I just told the truth and they thought it was hell. - Truman, Harry S
|Intense feeling too often obscures the truth. It's a recession when your neighbor |
loses his job; it's a depression when you lose yours. It is amazing what you can
accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit. The only thing new in the world
|Intense feeling too often obscures the truth. T he United States has always had a |
deep concern for human rights. Religious freedom, free speech, and freedom of
thought are cherished realities in our land. Any denial of human rights is a denial
|John K. Brown. The first principle is that you must not fool yourself and you are |
the easiest person to fool. Richard Feynman ♥ Intense feeling too often obscures
the truth. Harry S. Truman ♥ The trouble ain't what folks don't know, it's that they ...
|Intense feeling obscures the truth. And so it is not surprising that the estimates of |
these ... He has always been held up as a symbol of courage, but too often for
reasons that are not the best. It takes courage to face a duelist with a pistol and it
|They stimulate them into .activity, and have the effect to illumine or obscure the |
understanding according to their intensity or the manner in ... The more feelings
there are simultaneously active, the more intense and concentrated is the light. ...
The several feelings, too, impart their own distinctive character to the intellectual
perceptions and judgments. ... and, therefore, aid or impede our enquiries in the
search after truth, according to the nature of those which predominate at the time.
|Many jugglers, too, make profit of this our universal curiosity : — by their strange |
mummeries, they, have set the ... adorned by visions of magnificence and beauty
; and delighting all his faculties, by the intense consciousness of their exerted
power. ... And, as his bodily feelings were too often those of languor and
exhaustion, he adopted, in impatience of such mean .... and likely in general to
find ; but truth of moral feeling, truth of taste, that inward truth in its thousand