Conclusions Quotes

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Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Most people do not have a problem with you thinking for yourself, as long as your conclusions are the same as or at least compatible with their beliefs.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

John Stuart Mill
“No one can be a great thinker who does not recognize that as a thinker it is his first duty to follow his intellect to whatever conclusions it may lead.”
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Beliefs are conclusions reached by men who are lazy to think for themselves.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Brenda Joyce
“They could argue for hours on almost any subject; they usually agreed on broad conclusions, but disagreed on almost every detail.”
Brenda Joyce, An Impossible Attraction

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Sooner or later I will be faced with the fact that the world is helpless to meet my needs. And at that point, I will be left with two conclusions; that life is cruel or God is real.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Steven James
“Follow the evidence to where it leads, even if the conclusion is uncomfortable.”
Steven James, The Knight

William A. Dembski
“To establish evolutionary interrelatedness invariably requires exhibiting similarities between organisms. Within Darwinism, there's only one way to connect such similarities, and that's through descent with modification driven by the Darwinian mechanism. But within a design-theoretic framework, this possibility, though not precluded, is also not the only game in town. It's possible for descent with modification instead to be driven by telic processes inherent in nature (and thus by a form of design). Alternatively, it's possible that the similarities are not due to descent at all but result from a similarity of conception, just as designed objects like your TV, radio, and computer share common components because designers frequently recycle ideas and parts. Teasing apart the effects of intelligent and natural causation is one of the key questions confronting a design-theoretic research program. Unlike Darwinism, therefore, intelligent design has no immediate and easy answer to the question of common descent.

Darwinists necessarily see this as a bad thing and as a regression to ignorance. From the design theorists' perspective, however, frank admissions of ignorance are much to be preferred to overconfident claims to knowledge that in the end cannot be adequately justified. Despite advertisements to the contrary, science is not a juggernaut that relentlessly pushes back the frontiers of knowledge. Rather, science is an interconnected web of theoretical and factual claims about the world that are constantly being revised and for which changes in one portion of the web can induce radical changes in another. In particular, science regularly confronts the problem of having to retract claims that it once confidently asserted.”
William A. Dembski

Colum McCann
“Harry had worked his way through the American Dream and come to the conclusion that is was composed of a good lunch and a deep red wine that could soar.”
Colum McCann, Let the Great World Spin

Pierre Senges
“Unfinishedness avoids the stupidity of conclusions”
Pierre Senges

“If you don't know, don't assume. Ask instead. How many times do we just assume? Worse still, how many times do we assume the worst? Stop assuming and just ask!”
Akiroq Brost

Girdhar Joshi
“When two people fight, they think less and speak more. They don’t listen to the opponent. They draw their own conclusions.”
Girdhar Joshi, Some Mistakes Have No Pardon

“Our head is designed to broaden our capability of analyzing facts, events and draw the right conclusions”
Sunday Adelaja

Eudora Welty
“I've always been shy physically. This in part tended to keep me from rushing into things, including relationships, headlong. Not rushing headlong, though I may have wanted to, but beginning to write stories about people, I drew near slowly; noting and guessing, apprehending, hoping, drawing my eventual conclusions out of my own heart, I did venture closer to where I wanted to go.”
Eudora Welty, On Writing

“No matter what situations you experience in life, think about them as you draw conclusions about what the situations means for you”
Sunday Adelaja

“Make correct conclusions from the negative solutions you have experienced”
Sunday Adelaja

“You should also pay attention to what happens to you and make sure you draw correct conclusions”
Sunday Adelaja

Markus Zusak
“And why?’ He pauses. ‘I did it because you are the epitome of ordinariness, Ed. And if a guy like you can stand up and do what you did, then maybe everyone can. Maybe everyone can live beyond what they're capable of.’
And that’s when I realize, in a sweet cruel beautiful moment of clarity. I smile, watch a crack in the cement, and speak Audrey and the Doorman. I tell them what I’m telling you now: I’m not the messenger at all, I’m the message.”
Markus Zusak, I Am the Messenger

“If it looks like a duck, and it quacks like a duck…you should not be so quick to jump to conclusions.”
joseph fink, jeffrey cranor

“Just because nothing shakes loose from the web, doesn't mean the spider went hungry.”
D.M. Timney

Amit Kalantri
“A conclusive mind cannot be a creative mind.”
amit kalantri, Wealth of Words

Robin Wall Kimmerer
“Ignorance makes it too easy to jump to conclusions.”
Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass

“When people come to a conclusion that is contrary to popular opinion, there’s a calm resolution to them, for they are experiencing a short burst of pride. They have just captured an intellectual territory, and they will hold that territory.”
Mike Klepper

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“The state of our hearts can be determined by the weight of our words.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Often in life, we draw conclusions and reflexively take action based on what we see; which in the majority of situations is achingly insignificant or just plain wrong.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough, The Eighth Page: A Christmas Journey

Franz Kafka
“The difficulties of bringing to an end even a short essay lie not in the fact that we feel the end of the piece demands a fire which the actual content up to that point has not been able to produce out of itself, they arise rather from the fact that even the shortest essay demands of the author a degree of self-satisfaction and of being lost in himself out of which it is difficult to step into the everyday air without great determination and an external incentive, so that, before the essay is rounded to a close and one might quietly slip away, one bolts, driven by unrest, and then the end must be completed from the outside with hands which must not only do the work but hold on as well.”
Franz Kafka, Diaries, 1910-1923

“There are two distinct possibilities: it is either that nobody understands hence the lack of conclusions or that everybody understands hence the abundance of allusions.”
Wald Wassermann

“Perhaps there was a time for allusions but this is the time for conclusions.”
Wald Wassermann

Belle Townsend
“You see, when you grow up
with a worldview shaped by the same ideas in
school, work, home, and everywhere else-
you are destined to be wrong when you go anywhere else.
We cannot find conclusions
on our own
when premises are
intentionally kept out of our reach.”
Belle Townsend, Push and Pull

Andy Weir
“I feel like Sherlock Holmes. All I saw was "nothing," and I drew a bunch of conclusions! Conclusions that are widely speculative and with nothing to prove them, but conclusions!”
Andy Weir, Project Hail Mary

“In conclusion of my story the purpose of writing it is to help you,by motivate, inspire, giving hope of finishing strong nomatter how hard is it, trust God the master of everything that he will make you come out strong in those situations as he done to me and others hang in there it almost done,you'll come out shine like a gold on that fire I promise you your name will change If you know as weak, useless ,unvalued person after trials you going to be on heardlines of news everyone will ask about you and they going to look at you high and low remember one thing all praise unto God who created Heavens and Earth never forget him on your ways humbleness must be you sheild to escape God's anger.”
Nozipho N.Maphumulo

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