How strangely hopes delude men.
strangely, hopes, men
Those dreams that on the silent night intrude, and with false flitting shapes our minds delude ... are mere productions of the brain. And fools consult interpreters in vain.
dreams, silent, night, intrude, false, flitting, shapes, our, minds
He gave me no sign. I was never the sort to receive portents, or to delude myself that I had. Silence was always my portion, in return for my prayers.
me, sign, never, receive, portents, myself, Silence, portion, return
The dreamers always seem to think their dream is worth the price that other people will pay. They also delude themselves that they will control whatever evil they use to try to bring about their dream.
dreamers, think, dream, worth, price, other, people, pay, themselves
The feigning sleeper can delude others he cannot delude himself. The false mystic, unfortunately, can delude both others and himself.
feigning, sleeper, can, others, himself, false, mystic, unfortunately, both
We cannot delude ourselves - we must understand our resources problems, and we must face up to them now.
ourselves, understand, problems, face, 'Now
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