You, faulty men! Not only got lost on the way of charlatains, but contravened against the divine nature. Weren't settled for the wealthy, clear air, you bewitched it with smoke and burnt smell, you weren't settled for the best spring water, you filled up yourself with several kinds of hard drinks, the sun shined for you in vain, you didn't behold it ...
The gap between brute power and human need continues to grow, as the power fattens on the same faulty technology that intensifies the need.Barry Commoner
If love were a product, the queue at the faulty goods desk would stretch right round the universe and back. It doesn't work properly. The seams come apart and it's full of powdered glass.charlie brooker
We must question the story logic of having an all-knowing all-powerful God, who creates faulty Humans, and then blames them for his own mistakes.Gene Roddenberry
They are perfect; how else? they shall never change: We are faulty; why not? we have time in store.Robert Browning
His writings, like his actions, were faulty, violent, a little morbid even, and abnormal. He was not, and did not attempt to be, an average man. But actions and writings alike, in their strangeness and aloofness, were unadulterated by a tinge of affectation.john donne
The most perfidious way of harming a cause consists of defending it deliberately with faulty arguments.friedrich nietzsche
Extremes are faulty and proceed from men: compensation is just, and proceeds from God.Jean de La Bruyère, The Characters or Manners of the Present Age (1688), Chapter XVII.
I should be sorry that any opinion of mine should shake the authority of an established precedent; since it is better for the subject that even faulty precedents should not be shaken than that the law should be uncertain.Grose, J., Heathcote v. Crookshanks (1787), 2 T. R. 24.
Cognitive therapy seeks to alleviate psychological stresses by correcting faulty conceptions and self-signals. By correcting erroneous beliefs we can lower excessive reactions.Aaron Beck, Cognitive Therapy (1976), Page 216
Men so noble, However faulty, yet should find respect For what they have been; 'tis a cruelty To load a falling man.william shakespeare
Cynic, n. A blackguard whose faulty vision seesthings as theyare, not as they ought to be.Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
We are unfashioned creatures, but half made up, if one wiser, better, dearer than ourselves — such a friend ought to be — do not lend his aid to perfectionate our weak and faulty natures.mary wollstonecraft
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