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(31) It was more in the field of sport that the unwelcome home truths were thrust into my face.
(32) The fact that millions of people share the same vices does not make these vices virtues, the fact that they share so many errors does not make the errors to be truths, and the fact that millions of people share the same form of mental pathology does not make these people sane. Erich Fromm
(33) If the subject-matter of management was a set of imperishable truths, the answer would be no.
(34) The truths that are recognized after marriage have very little to do with chamber pots.
(35) Nor does it yield to the temptation to manipulate performance and financial data in a way that obscures hard truths.
(36) And once again, the extraordinarily simple underlying truths about this problem have been obscured by political bombast.
(37) On close inspection, the unpleasant truths an organization is afraid to tell often turn out to be not all that abhorrent.
(38) Critical assessment of long held beliefs is the first step to new interpretation of historical events and other so called scientific truths.
(39) Sometimes folks have to face ugly, nasty truths about themselves.
(40) Because they tell truths and provide insights beyond the reach of foreign correspondents angling for knighthoods and Pulitzer Prizes.
(41) Expect home truths from a youngster or relative on Sunday.
(42) She'd tell him a few home truths about his condescending, heartless(http://sentencedict.com/truths.html), authoritarian attitude.
(43) That way the general public's limited capacity for remembering the truths of any given case may not be exceeded.
(44) It is only the basic spiritual truths which surface time and again, expressed through different idioms.
(45) Sad to learn that those self-evident truths, necessary truths, faltered so badly when subjected to rigorous examination.
(46) It is not a particularly good book and Niki despises it, but it does have some home truths in it.
(47) There are of course all kinds of truths that are not of this sort; but they lie on a lower level altogether.
(48) But there are some truths too cruel, before the faces one has to announce them to, to be told.
(49) Tells the Collective Wisdom home truths.
(50) Many will call me an adventurer, and that I am...only one of a different sort: one who risks his skin to prove his truths. Che Guevara
(51) Her books deal in changing perceptions rather than unalterable truths, and she herself was perhaps her most imaginative achievement ....
(52) He toyed with telling her a few home truths, but then decided it would do no good.
(53) I was very sceptical and, being almost entirely ignorant of the truths of Theosophy, thought Theosophists mad in their beliefs.
(54) Never hide things from hardcore thinkers. They get more aggravated, more provoked by confusion than the most painful truths. Criss Jami
(55) What is left, it is claimed, will be self-evident truths which can be accepted as such by all open minds.
(56) In particular in the sophisticated world of alchemy, the resonances of chemical and other truths were of the utmost importance.
(57) He was sensitive, vulnerable, amazed when his honest truths gave offence.
(58) Communities need absolutes, ideals of truths, transcendent sources of authority which are unchanged and unchangeable.
(59) They had admitted terrible truths to them-selves, which the rest of us worked hard to deny.
(60) But before proceeding to optimism I have to introduce some harsh truths.
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