Deliberately Related Quotes
My God would never deliberately bring harm to anyone. But if it happens, if it simply happens due to wind and rain and weather and man's own mistakes, then God has promises to keep: LiÂ£e continuing. An even richer, fuller, brighter ongoing life to compensate.
In spite of my conviction that a group of deliberately assembled relatives can be one of the dullest, if not most dangerous, gatherings in the world, I am smugly foolhardly enough to have invited all my available family, more than once, to dine with me.
I still like and admire George W. Bush. I consider him a fundamentally decent person, and I do not believe he or his White House deliberately or consciously sought to deceive the American people.
You don't deliberately submit people you love to something like that. I don't think I'd run again for vice-president. Next time I'd run for president.
Human reason can neither predict nor deliberately shape its own future. Its advances consist in finding out where it has been wrong.
“Once again, I believe that Netscape either is attempting to rewrite history or deliberately misled me and my colleagues during our June 1995 discussions.”
If you can't be unconventional, be obtuse. Be deliberately obtuse, because there are 5 billion people out there thinking in train tracks, and thinking what they have been taught to think.
Whether deliberately, unconsciously or accidentally, she seems to have composed her own life so that its fitful, rudderless, and self-doubting first half was alchemized into gold when the austere bluestocking became the fallen woman.
A success is anyone who is doing deliberately a pre-determined job, because that's what he decided to do deliberately. But only one out of twenty does that.