A man who is in control, and inside there is a frightened child – that interests me. Why? You can draw your own conclusions.
Experience seems to most of us to lead to conclusions, but empiricism has sworn never to draw them.
Half the wrong conclusions at which mankind arrive are reached by the abuse of metaphors, and by mistaking general resemblance or imaginary similarity for real identity.
Man is too quick at forming conclusions.
We’re journalists, so our default position is we’re not writing editorial. We’re trying to bring information to readers, viewers, so that they can make up their own conclusions.
What is the good of drawing conclusions from experience? I don’t deny we sometimes draw the right conclusions, but don’t we just as often draw the wrong ones?
What practical conclusions may we now draw for our propaganda work among women? The task of this Party Congress must not be to issue detailed practical suggestions, but to draw up general directions for the proletarian women’s movement.
Anger and hatred lead to fear; compassion and concern for others allow us to develop self-confidence, which breeds trust and friendship.Dalai Lama