Bewildered Related Quotes



No, I never did get lost, but I was bewildered for three days once.

Daniel Boone


I'm going to keep speaking out about what Donald Trump says, because I'm getting messages from leaders around the world who are just bewildered. They want to know what's going on.

Hillary Clinton


“Afraid lest he be caught up in a net of words tripped up, bewildered and so defeated - thrown aside - a man hesitates to write down his innermost convictions.”

William Carlos Williams


Each and every one of us has one obligation, during the bewildered days of our pilgrimage here: the saving of his own soul, and secondarily and incidentally thereby affecting for good such other souls as come under our influence.

Kathleen Norris


“I'm probably more bewildered than I am embarrassed,”

Dusty Baker


The world was to Shakespeare a great stage of fools on which he was utterly bewildered. His pregnant observations of life are not coordinated into any philosophy.

George Bernard Shaw


Life pulls at bewildered humanity in so many ways! Blessed is the woman who makes her life a career of stimulating the courage of others.

Margery Wilson


I am bewildered by the magnificence of your beauty; and wish to see you with a hundred eyes . . . I am in the house of mercy, and my heart is a place of prayer.

Rumi


God, it was good to let go, let the tight mask fall off, and the bewildered, chaotic fragments pour out. It was the purge, the catharsis.

Sylvia Plath


The public must be put in its place, so that it may exercise its own powers, but no less and perhaps even more, so that each of us may live free of the trampling and the roar of a bewildered herd.

Walter Lippmann