12 Best Quotes About Misjudge

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Best Quotes About Misjudge

1. “Don’t judge what you don’t know.” ― Maria V. Snyder

2. “Never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved.” ― Ludwig van Beethoven

3. “Accepting trial and error means accepting error. It means taking problems in our stride when a decision doesn’t work out, whether through luck or misjudgment. And that is not something human brains seem to be able to do without a struggle.” ― Tim Harford

4. “I don’t misjudge people. If you aren’t the woman I think you are, then this isn’t the world I thought it was.” ― Arthur Golden

5. “Don’t misjudge my submission as a weakness.” ― T.L. Swan

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6. “Surprises are everywhere in life. And they usually come from misjudging people for being less than they appear.” ― Brownell Landrum

7. “Misjudgment is as much a part of life as unhappiness. It is nice to hold the power and make choices for everyone. But the risk of making any choice is always that you might make the wrong one. We must make our choices nonetheless. Fear of being a grown-up is a poor reason to remain a child.” ― Joe Abercrombie

8. “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

9. “Why is it when I pursue the praises of men I find myself with everything that I’ve looked for but nothing that I need? That’s because I have an extraordinary habit of looking for the wrong thing in the wrong place.” ― Craig D. Lounsbrough

10. “The misjudgments of others don’t define the truth of yourself, they simply only show you the truth of others.” ― Samantha Bagnato

11. “In the same way that looks can be deceiving, failures are often misjudged. Never give up.” ― Richelle E. Goodrich

12. “We have had the opportunity to learn from the misjudgments of others, and we have been imbued with determination to use our time wisely, to cause as little pain as possible to others, to pay attention, to live and love with few regrets.” ― Jill Fredston

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