Do not rest in so profound a doubt except she tell it thee, who shall be a light between truth and intellect. I know not if thou understand: I speak of Beatrice.
Don't ever aim your doubt at yourself. Laugh at yourself, but don't doubt yourself.
If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts; but if he will be content to begin with doubts he shall end in certainties.
Religions do not teach doubt.
We're wounded by fear,injured in doubt.I can lose myself,You I can't live without
So what do you believe in? Nothing fixed or final, all the while I travel a miracle. I doubt, and yet I walk upon the water.
I'm not always right, but I'm never in doubt.
Wordsworth has gone from us and ye, Ah, may ye feel his voice as we! He too upon a wintry clime Had fallen on this iron time Of doubts, disputes, distractions, fears.
For, were it not good that evil things should also exist, the omnipotent God would almost certainly not allow evil to be, since beyond doubt it is just as easy for Him not to allow what He does not will, as for Him to do what He will.
Tonight's show is about doubt. Or maybe it isn't - haven't made my mind up yet.
Who never doubted never half believed Where doubt there truth is't is her shadow.
The two-thirds rule [of the Senate], which can be changed only by constitutional amendment, will no doubt continue for a long time to come. Like monogamy, it is not completely satisfactory, but, like monogamy, it has won general if somewhat grudging acquiescence.
My old skill at self-delusion overrode my doubts as I told myself that Dexter probably believed in me. I could believe anything then. I still can as long as it is improbable.
The Seal, she lounges like a bride, Much too docile, there's no doubt; Madame Rcamier, on side, (if such she has), and bottom out.
Oh! let us never, never doubt What nobody is sure about!