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|It is natural for the mind to believe, and for the will to love; so that, for want of true |
objects, they must attach themselves to false. Blaise Pascal (1663-1662) Men
freely believe that which they desire. Julius Caesar Man prefers to believe ...
|Ralph Waldo Emerson To believe is to be strong. Doubt cramps energy. Belief is |
power. Frederick W. Robertson Nothing is so firmly believed as what we least
know. Michel de Montaigne Men freely believe that which they desire.
|Louis Jean Baptiste The desire accomplished is sweet to the soul. Bible, |
Proverbs 13:19 Lord, grant that I may always desire more than I can accomplish.
Michelangelo Men freely believe that which they desire. Julius Caesar I
|It is natural forthe mind tobelieve, and forthewill to love;so that, for want of true |
objects, they must attach themselves to false. Blaise Pascal (16631662) Men
freely believe that which they desire. Julius Caesar Manprefers tobelieve what
|Creating is the essence oflife. ulius Caesar It is easier to find men who will |
volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience.
ulius Caesar Men freely believe that which they desire. ulius Caesar Men in
general are ...
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|The only way we can understand this sort of irrationalism is by realizing that we |
believe something because there is some personal gain from ... This all-too-
human tendency prompted Caesar to write, "Men freely believe that which they
|Butler, Samuel All are inclined to believe what they covet, from a lottery-ticket up |
to a passport to Paradise. - Byron, Lord Men freely believe that which they desire.
- Caesar, Julius Men willingly believe what they wish. - Caesar, Julius What we ...
|Again, I think everyone's experience will confirm the statement, that the mind is |
not at all times equally fit for thinking on a given subject, ... comes about that
many believe, that we are only free in respect to objects which we moderately
desire, because our desire for such can ... Experience teaches us no less clearly
than reason, that men believe themselves to be free, simply because they are
conscious of ...