The whole plan of extermination was nothing less than a cold blooded, calculated political measure, having for its object the annihilation of a superior element in the population, which might prove troublesome, and to this must be added the motive of greed.— Fridtjof Nansen
Unusual Troublesome quotations
The highest degree of meekness consists in seeing, serving, honoring, and treating amiably, on occasion, those who are not to our taste, and who show themselves unfriendly, ungrateful, and troublesome to us.
When a denomination begins to consider doctrine divisive, theology troublesome, and convictions inconvenient, consider that denomination on its way to a well-deserved death.
Readers want what is important to be clearly laid out; they will not read what is too troublesome.
Although I may not be a lioness, I am a lion's cub, and inherit many of his qualities; and as long as the King of France treats me gently he will find me as gentle and tractable as he can desire; but if he be rough, I shall take the trouble to be just as troublesome and offensive to him as I can.
I will be kind to everybody, particularly to those whom I find troublesome.
Whenever encountering a troublesome person, do not identify him as being cruel or stupid or rude or anything else like that. Instead, see him as a frightened person.
Chronic disease like a troublesome relative is something you can learn to manage but never quite escape.
It is no disgrace not to be able to do everything;
but to undertake, or pretend to do, what you are not made for, is not only shameful, but extremely troublesome and vexatious.
You know, with the exception of one deadly and unpredictable midget, this girl is the smallest cargo I've ever had to transport. Yet by far the most troublesome. Does that seem right to you?
Government is not reason, it is not eloquence, it is force.
..Never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action.
Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It's the transition that's troublesome.
['March'] is a path you must take if you want to move from one point to another point. If you want to make it down this very long and troublesome road, follow this path. Follow this message. Follow this map. And you will get there some day.
GUNPOWDER, n. An agency employed by civilized nations for the settlement of disputes which might become troublesome if left unadjusted.
I am desperate and vulnerable. ... I am always terrified.... Beauty can sometimes be so very troublesome.
Happiness is an equivalent for all troublesome things.
Government is not reason, it is not eloquence, it is force;
like fire, a troublesome servant and a fearful master. Never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action.
Adventure Bay is a convenient and safe place for any number of ships to take in wood and water during the summer months: but in the winter, when the southerly winds are strong, the surf, on all parts of the shore, makes the landing exceedingly troublesome.
Books can also provoke emotions. And emotions sometimes are even more troublesome than ideas. Emotions have led people to do all sorts of things they later regret-like, oh, throwing a book at someone else.
Among politicians the esteem of religion is profitable; the principles of it are troublesome.
There has to be a song. There are too many dark nights, too many troublesome days, and too many wearisome miles. Somewhere deep in the forgotten corner of one’s heart- there has to be a song. Like a cool, clear drink of water and like the gentle warmth of sunshine, and like the tender love of a child, there has to be a song!
Life in a great society, or for that matter in a small, is a web of tangled relations of all sorts, whose adjustment so that it may be endurable is an extraordinarily troublesome matter.
There is a diabolical streak in me, a troublesome and inexplicable perversity.
Most of us seldom take the trouble to think.
It is a troublesome and fatiguing process and often leads to uncomfortable conclusions. But crises and deadlocks when they occur have at least this advantage, that they force us to think.
I have often felt that I would find it more complicated, troublesome and unpleasant to ascertain the feelings by which a woman lives than to plumb the innermost thoughts of an earthworm.
Walk in the way of the Lord with simplicity and do not torment your spirit.
You must hate your defects, but with a quiet hate, not troublesome and restless.
Humans are divided between those who can still look through the eyes of youth and those who cannot.
Will not a tiny speck very close to our vision blot out the glory of the world, and leave only a margin by which we see the blot? I know no speck so troublesome as self.
Constellations have always been troublesome things to name.
If you give one of them a fanciful name, it will always refuse to live up to it; it will always persist in not resembling the thing it has been named for.
The aphorism "Whatever is, is right," would be as final as it is lazy, did it not include the troublesome consequence that nothing that ever was, was wrong.
The Only Power You Need to Be Free of Troublesome People Since what other people do to you is not in your power to change, you need only concern yourself with what you do to yourself, for that is in your power
The quantum theory of parallel universes is not the problem, it is the solution.
It is not some troublesome, optional interpretation emerging from arcane theoretical considerations. It is the explanation - the only one that is tenable - of a remarkable and counter-intuitive reality.
Without troublesome work, no one can have any concrete, full idea of what pure mathematical research is like or of the profusion of insights that can be obtained from it.
A lie is troublesome, and sets a man's invention upon the rack, and one trick needs a great many more to make it good.
A youthful age is desirable, but aged youth is troublesome and grievous.