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  1. They may delude us.
  2. Dont delude yourself.
  3. I couldn’t delude myself.
  4. For those who would delude.
  5. The nature of Maya is to delude.

  6. The primary purpose was to defraud and delude the mostly.
  7. Why delude ourselves? he added, still with the same smile.
  8. Consequently, most let heroes, leaders, and religions delude and mislead them.
  9. That modification was inserted to delude followers and justify the many centuries of.
  10. Like those who used religious symbolism to delude and mislead, the history of the USA and.
  11. He hated to delude himself, but he could not stop writing any more than he could stop dreaming.
  12. Your mother probably cast a spell to hide your scent and delude others of what you really are.
  13. USA and all nations deceive and delude their subjects into sacrificing their lives and the lives of the.
  14. Gentlemen cannot delude themselves with any expectation of advantage from the commerce now allowed to us.
  15. The three faiths of Abraham serve as a three-pronged (three pillars) grand deception to delude and subjugate.

  16. Eugene doesn't delude himself into thinking that her excitement over a day in the city has ended the conversation.
  17. Did you really think it was over? Did you honestly delude yourself for even one minute that Cruce would lie dormant?
  18. If man does not follow this way of belief, he will gloss over the matters necessary to his spirit and thereby delude it.
  19. How could I delude myself into thinking him being here means he still cares? He hates you remember? I thought pathetically.
  20. They lie, and delude themselves, and one another, with the subtlest forms of deception, simply to obscure, to deaden conscience.
  21. To do otherwise would be to delude yourself that your stocks, no matter how cheap they appeared to you, would be magically immune if the whole market was to correct.
  22. This just isn’t true for most so we can’t delude ourselves into believing that the glossy brochure returns are the same as what we have actually received in our account.
  23. Each one was a girl of fair common sense, and she did not delude herself with any vain conceits, or deny her love, or give herself airs, in the idea of outshining the others.
  24. However, this truth is usually revealed to the advanced disciples only; the rest of us delude ourselves with the fairy tale of self-improvement – and we never get anywhere.
  25. Catherine we would fain have deluded yet; but her own quick spirit refused to delude her: it divined in secret, and brooded on the dreadful probability, gradually ripening into certainty.

  26. Undead entities are continuously honing their skills to delude and corrupt living humans because their survival depends on hiding the true nature of their existence from all living people.
  27. I will make the world acknowledge you a beauty, too, he went on, while I really became uneasy at the strain he had adopted, because I felt he was either deluding himself or trying to delude me.
  28. This, when the assault on me had burst out with fresh energy the day after he landed from Europe! I could scarcely believe that his vanity, his confidence in his own skill at underground work, could so delude him.
  29. This is the loss of God’s presence, and since no other apparent good can delude, the soul separated from the body and from sensory reality, this is absolute misfortune, radical deprivation and ‘mysterious and unfathomable torment’.
  30. Not extravagantly, to spoil the young man, or delude him with unfounded hopes of heirship; but by a college course, Columbia bien entendu! and when he determined to become an architect, the Beaux Arts was naturally the only correct place.
  31. Everywhere preparations were made not for ceremonious welcomes (which he knew Pierre would not like), but for just such gratefully religious ones, with offerings of icons and the bread andunderstanding of his master, would touch and delude him.
  32. But still cannons and guns will not fire themselves, prisons will not shut men up of themselves, gallows will not hang them, churches will not delude them, nor customs offices hinder them, and palaces and factories are not built nor kept up of themselves.
  33. In the typical case, therefore, the investor would delude himself if he expected to find in convertible issues that ideal combination of the safety of a high-grade bond and price protection plus a chance to benefit from an advance in the price of the common.
  34. Everywhere preparations were made not for ceremonious welcomes (which he knew Pierre would not like), but for just such gratefully religious ones, with offerings of icons and the bread and salt of hospitality, as, according to his understanding of his master, would touch and delude him.
  35. If evil spirits had openly assumed the government of the nations, they could not have surpassed the ordinary reigning houses and hierarchies of the earth in the neglect of the true ends of administration, or in the active promotion of every influence, which can delude or deprave mankind.
  36. Millions and millions of money, tens of millions of disciplined soldiers, marvelous weapons of destruction, an infinitely perfected organization, legions of men charged to delude and hypnotize the people,—this is all under the control of men who believe that this organization is advantageous for them, who know that without it they would disappear, and who therefore devote all their energy to its maintenance.
  37. As Camilla said this Lothario at first imagined it was some device to delude him into the idea that the man he had seen going out was Leonela's lover and not hers; but when he saw how she wept and suffered, and begged him to help her, he became convinced of the truth, and the conviction completed his confusion and remorse; however, he told Camilla not to distress herself, as he would take measures to put a stop to the.
  38. For the most part, in this tropic whaling life, a sublime uneventfulness invests you; you hear no news; read no gazettes; extras with startling accounts of commonplaces never delude you into unnecessary excitements; you hear of no domestic afflictions; bankrupt securities; fall of stocks; are never troubled with the thought of what you shall have for dinner—for all your meals for three years and more are snugly stowed in casks, and your bill of fare is immutable.
  39. To put it as bluntly and starkly as possible: the pinnacle of all human selective awareness, the pinnacle of all human intelligence, the pinnacle of our conscious awareness: resides in our ability to consciously lie, our ability to deceive, delude, deny… our ability to create out of our fevered brains any kind of abstract fabrication, any set of connections-identities-symbols-ideas-thoughts-feelings-motives-actions that are convenient, expedient, easier to live-with.
  1. Stop deluding yourself.
  2. Or maybe I'm just deluding myself.
  3. I could look around the entire estate like a crazy person, but I'd be deluding myself.
  4. He was, unconsciously, eager to see her while deluding himself that his heart was turning cold.
  5. Friendship after all? I was probably deluding myself, but we were still here, and I thought the worst was over.
  6. Deluding the whole world into believing that a 2-minute jet fuel fire can collapse a 100 story steel girder high-rise office building.
  7. Avi wondered if she was deluding herself, but rationalized that trying to stop her mother once she set her mind on something was next to impossible.
  8. Wherefore they threatened, that the cage nor irons should serve their turn, but that they should die, for the abuse they had done, and for deluding the men of the fair.
  9. In a diversified institutional portfolio, with 50-plus names, you're deluding yourself if you think you can have some unique inside scoop on more than a handful of the names you own.
  10. Was he really that great after all or was he just constantly deluding himself? If he was as awesome as he tells himself he was, then why can't he tap into that and get Blondie to quit being crazy?
  11. I will make the world acknowledge you a beauty, too, he went on, while I really became uneasy at the strain he had adopted, because I felt he was either deluding himself or trying to delude me.
  12. Sometimes she felt encouraged and hopeful that her relationship with Joel was deeper than mere friendship, and other times she wondered if she was simply deluding herself about the depth of Joel’s feelings for herself.
  13. He wondered if he was deluding himself to believe that he actually did have some constant self which would accompany his journey through life, or if this was just a coping mechanism people used to make sense of the world.
  14. And for this reason God will send upon them a deluding influence so that they might believe what is false, in order that they all may be judged who did not believe the truth, but took pleasure in wickedness [2 Thessalonians 2:3-12; See 1.
  15. There is nothing more dangerous than this licentious and deluding art, which changeth the meaning of words as alchemy doth, or would do, the substance of metals, making of anything what it listeth, and bringing in the end all truth to nothing.
  16. It’s a shame I didn’t think to clean the heads of the recorder, as there are 78 rpms by Memphis Minnie or Charlie Patton that have better fidelity, but there is enough of an imprint on the oxide to show that we weren’t entirely deluding ourselves.
  17. And for this reason God will send upon them a deluding influence so that they might believe what is false, in order that they all may be judged who did not believe the truth, but took pleasure in wickedness (2 Thessalonians 2:3-12; See 1 Timothy 4:1-3).
  18. Why had he come obtruding his life into hers, hers that might have been whole enough without him? Why had he brought his cheap regard and his lip-born words to her who had nothing paltry to give in exchange? He knew that he was deluding her—wished, in the very moment of farewell, to make her believe that he gave her the whole price of her heart, and knew that he had spent it half before.
  19. What better way of deluding the masses into thinking that these Royal families were on their side, but to go to war? The schizoid split between the familial/clan togetherness of European royal society all being intermarried with each other and related to each other, and each royal family’s nation going to war against the other so millio0ns of the lower class could die in their name as mortal enemies while they retained their fucking personal friendships is a moral ethical filthiness born of pure royal stupidity, royal smugness and royal arrogance.
  20. Money lavished by hundreds of millions, tens of millions of disciplined troops, weapons of astounding destructive power, all organizations carried to the highest point of perfection, a whole army of men charged with the task of deluding and hypnotizing the people, and all this, by means of electricity which annihilates distance, under the direct control of men who regard such an organization of society not only as necessary for profit, but even for self-preservation, and therefore exert every effort of their ingenuity to preserve it—what an invincible power it would seem! And yet we need only imagine for a moment what will really inevitably come to pass, that is, the Christian social standard replacing the heathen social standard and established with the same power and universality, and the majority of men as much ashamed of taking any part in violence or in profiting by it, as they are to-day of thieving, swindling, begging, and cowardice; and at once we see the whole of this complex, and seemingly powerful organization of society falls into ruins of itself without a struggle.
  1. How are you so deluded?
  2. Many Yogic students get deluded.
  3. If Alan is as deluded as they are.
  4. You think they are that deluded?
  5. The Lad is deluded, Caveat exclaims.
  6. None of these visions ever quite deluded him.
  7. Both charlatans and deluded believers abound.
  8. Genes? Jeans? This kid was criminally deluded.
  9. Oust the RKU? Oh my dear, deluded Al fanny.
  10. He hated every smug, deluded pore in their bodies.
  11. But what hurt more was that he had deluded himself.
  12. That he was a deluded and harmless religious fanatic.
  13. Yet, because they were still deluded and deceived by.
  14. Campbell,) that the people should be no longer deluded.
  15. O'Connell continued to relate the man's deluded reasoning.
  16. She’s deluded, that’s what she is, said Renata.
  17. Such souls are deluded by the smallness of their intellects.
  18. It is through the efforts of deceived and deluded populations.
  19. Is it, O the mighty-armed, that this deluded man with no haven.
  20. Consequently, you have been deceived and deluded into building and.
  21. Those who claim to have awakened in a flash are the most deluded of.
  22. But the rewards of these deluded men are finite because they only.
  23. They are hardlly to blame for this, for their deluded minds, wherever.
  24. These deluded fools couldn’t understand that our entire universe is.
  25. Humanity is so deceived and so deluded that we have all foolishly and.
  26. Once deluded, they unwittingly give power to those controlling the lies.
  27. However, hed always deluded himself into thinking he could evade that.
  28. Both were involved in the sin, but only Eve allowed herself to be deluded.
  29. The Vatican and its secret society cohorts have deluded billions of people.
  30. Note how We make clear the revelations to them; then note how deluded they are.
  31. People are deluded into thinking that there are true solutions under one of the.
  32. I had arrived at a point where I said to myself „Buddha deluded himself and.
  33. Celia regarded poetry as a useless form of literature read only by deluded romantics.
  34. It refers to the captives of Planet Earth and all who are deluded and/or forced into.
  35. The memory of our passion and her nostalgia deluded her into thinking it could continue.
  36. However, Christians have been deceived and deluded to the greatest extent by expecting a.
  37. Consequently, Christians have been deluded again by waiting for a fictional character to.
  38. I was a boy in a town that cried ’man,’ deluded by sophistry, by the surface of things.
  39. Gathered Together To Make War–Symbolizes that the populations of the Earth are deluded and.
  40. She fully understands that you have been deceived and deluded by the Vatican and its cohorts.
  41. Armies–Organized ranks of the deceived and deluded that serve evil and ignore the Creator's.
  42. These leaders have no power without the actions of deceived and deluded people who lust after.
  43. Furthermore, nearly everyone in western societies is deluded into thinking that the concept of.
  44. There are myriad deluded and deceptive people and organizations using titles such as the White.
  45. This verse is actually speaking of people being deluded by the Vatican's fornication, hence the.
  46. Blind–Ignorant, deluded, and without truth and wisdom; without spiritual, moral, or conceptual.
  47. Fruits that your soul lusted after–Speaks to the deluded followers of religions who are expecting.
  48. The hypocrites and those in whose hearts is sickness said, Their religion has deluded these people.
  49. At that point, they have become so deluded as to think that sacrificing themselves and others in war.
  50. It would be interesting to observe the mind to monitor how often peaceful or deluded mind states arise.
  51. Unfortunately there are always a few misguided or deluded individuals who cannot see what is best for them.
  52. Pritikin, and all you other deluded pieces of shit)—have found the solution of all solutions—a way to.
  53. The limousine drove quietly and quickly away and removed any chance of salvation for Byron’s deluded resolve.
  54. It is a relief that it was a natural occurrence and not just a figment of our deluded imaginations, I told him.
  55. Encouraged and deluded by his success, David exerted all his powers to extend what he believed so holy an influence.
  56. Our real problem lies not in the outer conditions of our lives, but in the deluded thoughts produced by our own egos.
  57. Clair had been deluded when, with a cry, she sprang at a small deal box which lay upon the table and tore the lid from it.
  58. And meanwhile, there was nothing for it but to do, for the last time, the deluded, arrogant woman's bidding, and go along.
  59. The only sensible conversation to be had was with Mandred and he seemed deluded and away with the faeries at the best of times.
  60. Jack studied Suzy for a moment as she stretched out on the sofa and thought what a deluded, self absorbed, vain creature she was.
  61. And all these unhappy, defenseless, and deluded lads repeat after him the lie, which he utters with the assurance of familiarity.
  62. Until you do, you will be caught in a web of losses, deluded by a hope of better days ahead (as discussed in the blog post here).
  63. For he has said that circumcision is not that which was made in the flesh; but they have transgressed for an evil angel has deluded them.
  64. The production of wealth is not necessary a source of happiness; you are deluded into believing this in order to stimulate economic growth.
  65. Luckily, I have an ever-resilient wife who remains steadfast (if deluded) in her conviction that I’m not, in fact, a worthless piece of excrement.
  66. As long as you perceive the civilization you exist in to be normal: you are a brainwashed fool being easily manipulated and deluded by forces of evil.
  67. They will march to battle so deluded, so duped, that they will believe slaughter to be a duty, and will ask the benediction of God on their lust for blood.
  68. Several years ago, a group of somewhat deluded animal-rights campaigners tried to have the race banned, on the grounds that the ordeal was cruel to the dogs.
  69. For the life of me, I simply cannot understand how Satan could have become so blinded and so deluded to think that this was even a possibility to begin with.
  70. And it said this with such an accent of HUMAN sorrow that I ought then and there to have suspected and begun to believe that I was the victim of my deluded senses.
  71. UBO: And I'm pretty confident that the Pope's latest announcement has nothing to do with scripture and everything to do with his own strangely deluded reactionary views.
  72. Justice can have no binding force on a ruler or rulers who keep men, deluded and drilled in readiness for acts of violence—soldiers, and by means of them control others.
  73. They are the reason living humans are programmed, brainwashed, forced, blackmailed, lured, paid, encited, persuaded, fooled, gulled, deluded, tricked, into committing evil.
  74. In the beginning, he allowed himself to be deluded by her youthful beauty, convincing himself they were a pair of young lovers, not some ignorant boy enthralled by an immortal.
  75. The deluded people did believe that, when "you let slip the dogs of war," the monster had fallen, never again to trample down their rights, or devour the remnant of their prosperity.
  76. But they will never do so in an independent African state where the leaders are chosen by their ability to rouse the primitive emotions of a mob of ignorant, deluded, predatory savages.
  77. And if you seek to substitute the word God for the reality of this ideal of the living God, you have only deluded yourself by putting an idea in the place of an ideal, a divine reality.
  78. Catherine we would fain have deluded yet; but her own quick spirit refused to delude her: it divined in secret, and brooded on the dreadful probability, gradually ripening into certainty.
  79. Slowly but surely is knowledge being forced upon the deluded manager, and he is learning to appreciate the vital truth of the much battered Shakespearian quotation, The play’s the thing.
  80. Nevertheless, he deluded himself at first; he had a feeling of security and of solitude; the bolt once drawn, he thought himself impregnable; the candle extinguished, he felt himself invisible.
  81. Yes, he said, I do; but not of all of them, for there are some whom the applause of the multitude has deluded into the belief that they are really statesmen, and these are not much to be admired.
  82. The excited crowd, generally deluded by their leaders, don't understand a word of what the representative of authority is saying in the pompous official language, and their excitement continues.
  83. It may be well once again to caution the student against being deluded by the mathematical exactitude of his comparative tables into believing that their indicated conclusions are equally exact.
  84. It is this religious conditioning of the believers that fortifies their animosity towards the deviant, and that comes in handy for the fanatically deluded among the umma to set them on suicide missions.
  85. Without this knowledge which I have put down in this book: you are an unaware slave, a deluded, uniformed, willing slave of an evil system that is inherently wicked and wants to corrupt you and do you harm.
  86. In order to obtain the release of these miserable and deluded men, it was necessary that the Government should interfere, because the Spanish Government never would release them till such application was made.
  87. Was he friendly with me only for the old times’ sake? Hadn’t I noticed that his looks lacked passion? How I deluded myself then, all along thinking that he could have been inhibited in Sathyam’s presence.
  88. Her hero was a rapist and terrorist who bombed public housing, made painfully bad 30 page speeches, demonized all religion and compassion, and deluded himself into thinking society would collapse without elites.
  89. Nearly all wars are caused by profit-seeking capitalists, seeking new fields for commercial exploitation, and by aristocrats who make it the means of glorifying themselves in the eyes of the deluded common people.
  90. Instead of being deluded, sir, their eyes are open, and the film removed; and they see that the embargo was not justified by necessity, and as far as their opinion has been expressed, that it was impolitic and unwise.
  91. The ambiguous cheering from outside the car mutated inside Byron’s head into one big cheer for him, suitably deluded he finally stepped from the car accompanied, and guarded against bolting, by the beautiful Flower and Candy.
  92. These sacrifices will not be much longer hazarded, unless indeed she is deluded into a belief that she has sufficient influence, in this country, to excite disaffection and insurrection, and thereby remove the cause of pressure.
  93. So great has been the feeling of the people that it has wrought a wondrous change in the State which I have the honor to represent; not in men who are either deluded or deceived, as intimated by the gentleman from Tennessee, (Mr.
  94. And all these poor deluded lads believe that these nonsensical and incomprehensible words which they have just uttered set them free for the whole time of their service from their duties as men, and lay upon them fresh and more binding duties as soldiers.
  95. The paid politicians, the ambitious statesmen, who exploit the evil passions of the populace, and the imbeciles who are deluded by fine-sounding phrases, have so embittered national feuds that the existence of a whole race will be at stake in the war of the morrow.
  96. Then a strange reaction took place; he who had just abandoned 5,000,000 endeavored to save the 50,000 francs he had left, and sooner than give them up he resolved to enter again upon a life of privation—he was deluded by the hopefulness that is a premonition of madness.
  97. But he not only dreaded the effect of such extremities on their mutual life—he had a growing dread of Rosamond's quiet elusive obstinacy, which would not allow any assertion of power to be final; and again, she had touched him in a spot of keenest feeling by implying that she had been deluded with a false vision of happiness in marrying him.
  98. Stone Age tribes separated from each other by thousands of years of time and thousands of miles of geography; do not develop the same basic cultural beliefs in the existence of immaterial spirits by random chance! The idea that for 60,000 years, all the humans who ever lived were deluded and only now are we humans enlightened is total bullshit.
  99. And surely all this ought to appear strange and wonderful indeed to those who have been deluded into the idea that, when Great Britain was struggling, gasping for existence, the same thing was impossible: that has with ease, and under more inauspicious circumstances, been accomplished, which the men now in power pretend they have attempted in vain.
  100. By the time he was hurrying on his clothes in the morning, he saw so clearly the importance of not losing this rare chance, that if Bambridge and Horrock had both dissuaded him, he would not have been deluded into a direct interpretation of their purpose: he would have been aware that those deep hands held something else than a young fellow's interest.
  1. He deludes himself.
  2. He deludes himself And that just suits your madam.
  3. Desire is a terrible foe, for it deludes the Soul through the senses.
  4. Since the senses, mind, and intellect are the seats of desire, it is through them that it deludes a being by clouding-his faculty of.
  5. It may be preferable to express this concept as everything happens exactly as it is going to and your mind constantly deludes you by trying to tell you otherwise.
  6. So, we go to virtual worlds to find places to hide where we are again enchanted to reveal ourselves freely, but even there, especially there, our dream of liberty deludes us.
  7. The contents of this terribly immoral production are as follows: a charming girl, with an innocent soul, but corrupted in the forms which she has acquired in the corrupt surroundings of her mother, deludes the debauchee.
  8. Sadly for the umma, the gullible Arabs of yore catapulted their ‘cult of Muhammad’ onto the altar of faith as the ‘religion of Islam’, which deludes the deprived ‘here’ by dangling the doles in ‘the hereafter’, and that takes the poor Musalmans neither here nor there in the modern ‘world of opportunities’.
  9. In the same way all who take part in such an affair, from the highest representative of authority who signs his assent to the report, from the superintendent presiding at the recruiting sessions, and the priest who deludes the recruits, to the lowest soldier who is ready now to fire on his own brothers, imagine, in the intoxication of power or of servility, that they are some conventional characters.

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