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We have first raised a dust and then complain we cannot see

"We have first raised a dust and then complain we cannot see"

- George Berkeley

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This quote by George Berkeley is a metaphor for how we typically create our own problems and after that grumble about them. It suggests that we frequently make decisions without considering the effects, and then when the consequences emerge, we are surprised and disappointed. This quote is a suggestion to think prior to we act, and to think about the possible outcomes of our decisions. It is likewise a pointer to take obligation for our actions and to accept the effects of our decisions. By doing this, we can prevent producing unnecessary problems for ourselves. This quote is a pointer to be conscious of our actions and to think before we act.

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George Berkeley This quote is written / told by George Berkeley between March 12, 1685 and January 14, 1753. He was a famous Philosopher from Ireland. The author also have 14 other quotes.

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