At half-past two o'clock of a moonlit morning in March, I was awakened by a tremendous earthquake, and though I hadn't ever before enjoyed a storm of this sort, the strange thrilling motion could not be mistaken, and I ran out of my cabin, both glad and frightened, shouting, "A noble earthquake! A noble earthquake" feeling sure I was going to learn something.
He'd been Mistaken in thinking that if he killed himself the sordid bourgeois world would perish with him.
I say, of the Congress, then, this that its aims are Mistaken, that the spirit in which it proceeds towards their accomplishment is not a spirit of sincerity and whole-heartedness, and that the methods it has chosen are not the right methods, and the leaders in whom it trusts, not the right sort of men to be leaders; in brief, that we are at present the blind led, if not by the blind, at any rate by the one-eyed.sri aurobindo
:;The life of the spirit is the expression of Infinity and, as such, knows no artificial limits. True spirituality is not to be Mistaken for an exclusive enthusiasm for some fad. It is not concerned with any “ism.” When people seek spirituality apart from life, as if it had nothing to do with the material world, their search is futile.meher baba
Positive, adj. Mistaken at the top of one's voice.Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
Fair quiet, have I found thee here, And Innocence thy Sister dear! Mistaken long, I sought you then In busy companies of men.Andrew Marvell
Mistaken in its assumptions, defective in its evidence and wrong in its conclusions.Donald Thomas Regan
Whoever of ye Whigs thinks I am to be Hecktor'd or frighted into a Complyance tho I am a woman, are mightely Mistaken in me. I thank God I have a Soul above that, & am too much conserned for my reputation to do any thing to forfeit it.
I beseech you, in the bowels of Christ, think it possible you may be Mistaken.Oliver Cromwell
You are greatly Mistaken. We have this country absolutely under our control. I have no desire to shift the blame onto our underlings and I am entirely willing to accept the responsibility myself for everything that has taken place.İsmail enver
He'd been Mistaken in thinking that if he killed himself the sordid bourgeois world would perish with him.yukio mishima
There can never be another Murray Walker. We will try to enjoy Formula One and motor racing without him, but it will never be the same. Unless I am Mistaken, we've lost an institution.murray walker
Delirium tremens in a drunk alcoholic are an unmistakable symptom, but those intoxicated with theories are easily Mistaken for geniuses.samael aun weor
The novel remains for me one of the few forms where we can record man’s complexity and the strength and decency of his longings. Where we can describe, step by step, minute by minute, our not altogether unpleasant struggle to put ourselves into a viable and devout relationship to our beloved and Mistaken world.john cheever
I still believe that, in the long run, the aggregate of the decisions of individual businessmen, exercising individual judgment in a free economy, even if often Mistaken, is likely to do less harm than the centralized decisions of a Government; and certainly the harm is likely to be counteracted faster. As I said earlier in this debate, our economic medicine may be painful but it is fast and powerful because it can act freely.john james cowperthwaite
There is no more Mistaken path to happiness than worldliness , revelry, high life.Arthur Schopenhauer
Let us not be Mistaken: the best government in the world , the best parliament and the best president, cannot achieve much on their own. And it would be wrong to expect a general remedy from them alone. Freedom and democracy include participation and therefore responsibility from us all.
We never do evil so thoroughly and heartily as when led to it by an honest but perverted, because Mistaken, conscience.
The Anarchists are right in everything; in the negation of the existing order, and in the assertion that, without authority , there could not be worse violence than that of authority under existing conditions. They are Mistaken only in thinking that Anarchy can be instituted by a revolution . "To establish Anarchy." "Anarchy will be instituted." But it will be instituted only by there being more and more people who do not require protection from governmental power, and by there being more and more people who will be ashamed of applying this power .
In women, courage is often Mistaken for insanity.
Witnesses may lie, either be Mistaken themselves, or wickedly intend to deceive others . . . but . . . circumstances cannot lie.
I might have been Mistaken.
Thank you, but you're Mistaken. My name is
Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob will find himself much Mistaken.