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Human Error quotes by Kevin M. Kruse
#1. Fifield's connection to his congregation extended to their views on religion and politics too. In the apt words of one observer, Fifield was "one of the most theologically liberal and at the same time politically conservative ministers" of his era. He had no patience for fundamentalists who insisted upon a literal reading of Scripture. "The men who chronicled and canonized the Bible were subject to human error and limitation," he believed, and therefore the text needed to be sifted and interpreted. Reading the holy book should be "like eating fish - we take the bones out to enjoy the meat. All parts are not of equal value." Accordingly, Fifield dismissed the many passages in the New Testament about wealth and poverty and instead worked tirelessly to reconcile Christianity and capitalism. In his view, both systems rested on a basic belief that individuals would succeed or fail on their own merit. #Quote by Kevin M. Kruse
Human Error quotes by Kenneth Appel
#2. Probability of human error is considerably higher than that of machine error. #Quote by Kenneth Appel
Human Error quotes by Stewart Stafford
#3. A mistake is an experience, choice or concept it is necessary for us to have or make in order to evolve beyond it. Errors can be the launchpad of great ideas. #Quote by Stewart Stafford
Human Error quotes by Dalai Lama XIV
#4. Our shared problems do not fall from the sky, nor are they created by some higher force. For the most part, they are products of human action and human error. If human action can create these problems in the first place, then surely we humans must have the capacity as well as the responsibility to find their solutions. #Quote by Dalai Lama XIV
Human Error quotes by Alveda King
#5. Abortion and racism are both symptoms of a fundamental human error. The error is thinking that when someone stands in the way of our wants, we can justify getting that person out of our lives. Abortion and racism stem from the same poisonous root, selfishness. #Quote by Alveda King
Human Error quotes by Gabby Rivera
#6. You'll meet people that you love who fuck up constantly. You'll learn how to weed out the assholes from the warriors. You'll know what groups of people to stay away from because they're not safe spaces for your heart. You'll learn when to forgive human error and when to eradicate the unworthy from your spirit. #Quote by Gabby Rivera
Human Error quotes by Paul Westerberg
#7. People like to see human error when it's honest. When people see you swing and miss, they start to root for you. #Quote by Paul Westerberg
Human Error quotes by Walter Ralston Martin
#8. Within the theological structure of the cults there is considerable truth, all of which, it might be added, is drawn from biblical sources, but so diluted with human error as to be more deadly than complete falsehood. #Quote by Walter Ralston Martin
Human Error quotes by Donald Berwick
#9. We must accept human error as inevitable - and design around that fact. #Quote by Donald Berwick
Human Error quotes by Wendy Brenner
#10. Rather, he found himself enchanted with examples of simple human error, mundane malfunctions and mechanical glitches. The sheer variety of things that could and did go wrong in the world never failed to surprise and strangely comfort him. #Quote by Wendy Brenner
Human Error quotes by Romain Gary
#11. Printing mistakes adds value because of the probability calculus, which makes their intrusion into something problematic and almost impossible, even when everything's conceived, precisely, to avoid the intrusion of human error. #Quote by Romain Gary
Human Error quotes by Florence King
#12. People are so busy dreaming the American Dream, fantasizing about what they could be or have a right to be, that they're all asleep at the switch. Consequently we are living in the Age of Human Error. #Quote by Florence King
Human Error quotes by Seth Klarman
#13. A margin of safety is achieved when securities are purchased at prices sufficiently below underlying value to allow for human error, bad luck, or extreme volatility in a complex, unpredictable and rapidly changing world. #Quote by Seth Klarman
Human Error quotes by David Bayles
#14. Art is human. Error is human. Art is error. #Quote by David Bayles
Human Error quotes by Agatha Christie
#15. I know there's a proverb which that says 'To err is human,' but a human error is nothing to what a computer can do if it tries. #Quote by Agatha Christie
Human Error quotes by Henry Petroski
#16. You can almost say that a design error is a human error because, after all, it's we humans who do the designing. #Quote by Henry Petroski
Human Error quotes by Lionel Suggs
#17. Human Error lies in judgment. While many will say that it's wrong to judge, one cannot survive in the light or the darkness without equipping the ability to judge. One must judge their morality. One must judge their potentiality. One must judge their actuality. One must judge their life. One must judge their very existence. What happens when God no longer lends a helping a hand? What happens when
God longer judges you? Only you can be the arbiter of your own existence. However, you will have to judge. So let me ask you, what's the difference between judging the subjective reality that one exists in, and judging the value of the subjective reality of another? The only difference lies is the sameness of one conception ... judgment. So tell me, is it wrong to judge others, when your very existence depends on you judging reality for validity? #Quote by Lionel Suggs
Human Error quotes by Michael Lewis
#18. In early 2013, one of the largest high-frequency traders, Virtu Financial, publicly boasted that in five and a half years of trading it had experienced just one day when it hadn't made money, and that the loss was caused by "human error." In 2008, Dave Cummings, the CEO of a high-frequency trading firm called Tradebot, told university students that his firm had gone four years without a single day of trading losses. This sort of performance is possible only if you have a huge informational advantage. #Quote by Michael Lewis
Human Error quotes by Heather Mills
#19. It took one human error to take my leg and one human error to take my mother's. #Quote by Heather Mills
Human Error quotes by Christopher Morley
#20. Between ourselves, there is no such thing, abstractly, as a 'good' book. A book is 'good' only when it meets some human hunger or refutes some human error. #Quote by Christopher Morley
Human Error quotes by Karen Rodwill Solomon
#21. Trying to find the proper care in a civilization where only a small part of the population will ever understand what you are going through is a burden many first responders are saddled with. PTSI, injuries, and politics weigh heavily on the officer, yet we continue to turn a blind eye to them. We have made officers into robotic super heroes that aren't allowed feelings, intellect, or human error. They have been ostracized by society and stripped of their basic human behaviors.

We also have yet to admit there are husbands, wives, children, and parents actively involved in these officers' lives hoping to help them cope with their trauma. Families who do more than make sure they get enough sleep, a hot meal and fresh uniforms in the closet. The faces of the families are yet to be seen. #Quote by Karen Rodwill Solomon
Human Error quotes by Paul Nitze
#22. One of the most dangerous forms of human error is forgetting what one is trying to achieve. #Quote by Paul Nitze
Human Error quotes by William Landay
#23. A jury verdict is just a guess - a well-intentioned guess, generally, but you simply cannot tell fact from fiction by taking a vote. #Quote by William Landay
Human Error quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#24. A common human error is a tendency to recognize personal truths as universal truths. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Human Error quotes by Leo Tolstoy
#25. Laws of motion of any kind only become comprehensible to man when he can examine arbitrarily selected units of that motion. But at the same time it is this arbitrary division of continuous motion into discontinuous units which give rise to a large proportion of human error. #Quote by Leo Tolstoy
Human Error quotes by Kaya McLaren
#26. He saw nothing but misfortune
human error and misfortune. It brought him the most peace to simply believe that people were imperfect, and life was imperfect, and sometimes bad things happened. #Quote by Kaya McLaren
Human Error quotes by George Eliot
#27. Of all forms of human error, prophesy is the most avoidable. #Quote by George Eliot
Human Error quotes by Daniel Defoe
#28. As I had once done thus in my breaking away from my Parents, so I could not be content now, but I must go and leave the happy View I had of being a rich and thriving Man in my new Plantation, only to pursue a rash and immoderate Desire of rising faster than the Nature of the Thing admitted; and thus I cast my self down again into the deepest Gulph of human Misery that ever Man fell into, or perhaps could be consistent with Life and a State of Health in the World. #Quote by Daniel Defoe
Human Error quotes by William James
#29. Every time a resolve or a fine glow of feeling evaporates without bearing practical fruit is worse than a chance lost; it works to hinder future resolutions and emotions from taking the normal path of discharge. There is no more contemptible type of human character than that of the nerveless sentimentalist and dreamer, who spends his life in a weltering sea of sensibility and emotion, but who never does a manly concrete deed. #Quote by William James
Human Error quotes by Chieko N. Okazaki
#30. Well, my dear sisters, the gospel is the good news that can free us from guilt. We know that Jesus experienced the totality of mortal existence in Gethsemane. It's our faith that he experienced everything- absolutely everything. Sometimes we don't think through the implications of that belief. We talk in great generalities about the sins of all humankind, about the suffering of the entire human family. But we don't experience pain in generalities. We experience it individually. That means he knows what it felt like when your mother died of cancer- how it was for your mother, how it still is for you. He knows what it felt like to lose the student body election. He knows that moment when the brakes locked and the car started to skid. He experienced the slave ship sailing from Ghana toward Virginia. He experienced the gas chambers at Dachau. He experienced Napalm in Vietnam. He knows about drug addiction and alcoholism.

Let me go further. There is nothing you have experienced as a woman that he does not also know and recognize. On a profound level, he understands the hunger to hold your baby that sustains you through pregnancy. He understands both the physical pain of giving birth and the immense joy. He knows about PMS and cramps and menopause. He understands about rape and infertility and abortion. His last recorded words to his disciples were, "And, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world." (Matthew 28:20) He understands your mother-pain when your #Quote by Chieko N. Okazaki
Human Error quotes by Sharon Olds
#31. To a poet, the human community is like the community of birds to a bird, singing to each other. Love is one of the reasons we are singing to one another, love of language itself, love of sound, love of singing itself, and love of the other birds. #Quote by Sharon Olds
Human Error quotes by C.S. Lewis
#32. In reality, moral rules are directions for running the human machine. Every moral rule is there to prevent a breakdown, or a strain, or a friction, in the running of that machine. That is why these rules at first seem to be constantly interfering with our natural inclinations. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Human Error quotes by Susan Ee
#33. If you're worried about pervs breaking into the house, it's not going to make a difference whether I'm in this outfit or in baggy jeans and a sweatshirt. Either they're decent human beings or they're not. Their actions are on them. #Quote by Susan Ee
Human Error quotes by Charles Dickens
#34. but I am quite sure I should have scouted the notion of her being simply human, like any other young lady, with indignation and contempt. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Human Error quotes by Loren Graham
#35. I felt I was in the loneliest place in the world, and I was apprehensive. Nothing could be heard except the occasional crash of an unknown creature in the forest, and, once in awhile, a deep thrumming similar to the lowest barely audible sound of a string bass. I was standing alone in 1972 in a semi-ruined lighthouse that my wife, fifteen-year-old daughter, and I had just purchased. The lighthouse was located atop a 200-foot cliff on an island a dozen miles from the Lake Superior shoreline. I was separated from the nearest human being by an unknown but surely great distance, and had hiked several hours through the forest to reach the place, following the path of an old road that once led to the lighthouse but was now no longer passable with a vehicle. The low rumble I occasionally heard, straddling the lowest limit of my auditory range, was caused by an occasional large wave entering a cavern below the lighthouse and resonating in the stony echo chamber. #Quote by Loren Graham
Human Error quotes by Mahnaz Afkhami
#36. Women's empowerment is intertwined with respect for human rights. #Quote by Mahnaz Afkhami
Human Error quotes by Sania Mirza
#37. I'm not a perfect Muslim; I think none of us are perfect human beings. I do the five pillars of Islam, you know, I pray five times a day. #Quote by Sania Mirza
Human Error quotes by George Petrie
#38. I believe that this is a practical world and that I can count only on what I earn. Therefore, I believe in work, hard work.

I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully.

I believe in honesty and truthfulness, without which I cannot win the respect and confidence of my fellow men.

I believe in a sound mind, in a sound body and a spirit that is not afraid, and in clean sports that develop these qualities.

I believe in obedience to law because it protects the rights of all.

I believe in the human touch, which cultivates sympathy with my fellow men and mutual helpfulness and brings happiness for all.

I believe in my Country, because it is a land of freedom and because it is my own home, and that I can best serve that country by "doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with my God."

And because Auburn men and women believe in these things, I believe in Auburn and love it. #Quote by George Petrie
Human Error quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#39. No effort is complete without prayer - without definite recognition that the best human endeavor is of no effect if it has not God's blessing behind it. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Human Error quotes by Radiohead
#40. Reckoner
You can't take it with you
Dancing for your pleasure
You are not to blame for
Bittersweet distractor
Dare not speak its name
Dedicated to all you
all human beings
Because we separate like
ripples on a blank shore
(in rainbows)
Because we separate like
ripples on a blank shore
(in rainbows)
Take me with you
Dedicated to all you
all human beings #Quote by Radiohead
Human Error quotes by Jill Scott
#41. I think human beings will always still really enjoy using our imaginations, and 'Fringe' allows you to do that. It's slightly scary and believable. There just might be an alternate universe. There just might be people on the other side that are like us, living a different life. #Quote by Jill Scott
Human Error quotes by A. Ras
#42. It is said that real human nature reveals itself under extreme conditions. As I starved in prison, I realizes that eating was one of the highest forms of human activity. #Quote by A. Ras
Human Error quotes by Patricia Cornwell
#43. All this when I know human relationships are not founded on reason any more than my roses are fertilized with debate. I know seeking asylum behind the wall of intellect and rationality is a selfish retreating into self-protectiveness at the expense of another's well-being. #Quote by Patricia Cornwell
Human Error quotes by Jean Rostand
#44. Falsity cannot keep an idea from being beautiful; there are certain errors of such ingenuity that one could regret their not ranking among the achievements of the human mind. #Quote by Jean Rostand
Human Error quotes by William James
#45. The deepest hunger in human beings is the desire to be appreciated. #Quote by William James
Human Error quotes by Phyllis McGinley
#46. The saints differ from us in their exuberance, the excess of our human talents. Moderation is not their secret. It is in the wildness of their dreams, the desperate vitality of their ambitions, that they stand apart from ordinary people of good will. #Quote by Phyllis McGinley
Human Error quotes by Gene Edward Veith Jr.
#47. Rather, the doctrine of vocation encourages attention to each individual's uniqueness, talents, and personality. These are valued as gifts of God, who creates and equips each person in a different way for the calling He has in mind for that person's life. The doctrine of vocation undermines conformity, recognizes the unique value of every person, and celebrates human differences; but it sets these individuals into a community with other individuals, avoiding the privatizing, self-centered narcissism of secular individualism. #Quote by Gene Edward Veith Jr.
Human Error quotes by Anna Banks
#48. You could me practice. They wouldn't have to know." I don't even feel like practicing. I just seems I should get in the water on principal, since Galen told me not to. And especially since he left me with a babysitter.
She throws me a sideways glare. "Fat Lips would know. He can sense me from anywhere, remember? An he'd snitch to Galen. He would know something's wrong if you and me got in without my brother."
I shrug. "Since when do you care about getting in trouble?"
"Since never. But Galen said if I kept you out of the water, he'd teach me how to drive his car."
Jackpot. "I happen to know how to drive. I could teach you."
"Galen said I wasn't allowed to ask you, or the deal's off."
"You didn't ask me. I offered."
She nods, biting her lip. "That's true. You did."
I set the book on the ugly glass coffee table and squat next to her. "I'll teach you how to drive if you let me get in the water. You don't even have to get in."
The way she raises her brow reminds me of Galen. "You're wasting your time trying to change if you ask me. You're half human. You probably don't even have a fin in there."
"What do you know about the half-breeds?"
She shrugs. "Not much. Enough to know that if you're one of them, there's no point in trying to change. No one is going to accept you. At least, no Syrena will."
I decide not to take offense. I don't put much stock in her opinion anyway, and she won't care if she offended me or not. #Quote by Anna Banks
Human Error quotes by Horace Mann
#49. Enslave a man and you destroy his ambition, his enterprise, his capacity. In the constitution of human nature, the desire of bettering one's condition is the mainspring of effort. The first touch of slavery snaps this spring. #Quote by Horace Mann
Human Error quotes by Pope Paul VI
#50. If the world is made to furnish each individual with the means of livelihood and the instruments for his growth and progress, each man has therefore the right to find in the world what is necessary for himself. The recent Council reminded us of this: "God intended the earth and all that it contains for the use of every human being and people. Thus, as all men follow justice and unite in charity, created goods should abound for them on a reasonable basis." #Quote by Pope Paul VI
Human Error quotes by Henry James
#51. To kill a human being is, after all, the least injury you can do him. #Quote by Henry James
Human Error quotes by Victor Hugo
#52. Claude, saddened and discouraged in his human affections, by all this, had flung himself eagerly into the arms of learning, that sister which, at least does not laugh in your face, and which always pays you, though in money that is sometimes a little hollow, for the attention which you have paid to her. Hence, he became more and more learned, and, at the same time, as a natural consequence, more and more rigid as a priest, more and more sad as a man. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Human Error quotes by Edward De Bono
#53. Thinking is the ultimate human resource. Yet we can never be satisfied with our most important skill. No matter how good we become, we should always want to be better #Quote by Edward De Bono
Human Error quotes by Dalai Lama
#54. We all need basic human values rooted in trust and affection. #Quote by Dalai Lama
Human Error quotes by Steve Martin
#55. My fear represented the failure of the human system. It is a sad truth of our creation: Something is amiss in our design, there are loose ends of our psychology that are simply not wrapped up. My fears were the dirty secrets of evolution. They were not provided for, and I was forced to construct elaborate temples to house them. #Quote by Steve Martin
Human Error quotes by Henning Mankell
#56. I am constantly reminded that we human beings are basically storytellers. More homo narrans than Homo sapiens. We see ourselves in others' stories. Every genuine work of art contains a small fragment of glass from a mirror. #Quote by Henning Mankell
Human Error quotes by Osho
#57. It is your life – you have to be respectful towards it. It is your life – you have to trust it and you have to go with it, wherever it leads. Even if you have to go astray, go. There is nothing wrong in going astray, because only those who go astray come back. Even if you have to commit an error, do it – because only by mistakes do we learn, and there is no other way to learn.
Those people who never commit mistakes never learn anything, they never grow. All growth needs the courage to commit mistakes.
From this moment only do that which you like to do, whatsoever the cost. #Quote by Osho
Human Error quotes by David R. Gillham
#58. I thank God that the human spirit is not dead. #Quote by David R. Gillham
Human Error quotes by Jeanette Purkis
#59. Get up, stand up and look up into your future as an independent human being. Every one has the right to an independent life, especially us Aspies. #Quote by Jeanette Purkis
Human Error quotes by Erwin McManus
#60. The reality is that every human being is placed on this planet, and one of the things that drives humans is their need for meaning, and if you can make every job meaningful, then you will guarantee that every job will be done to its highest level of excellence. #Quote by Erwin McManus
Human Error quotes by Jillian Michaels
#61. Every human being has gone through a tragedy of sorts. And the idea is that you have two paths you can take, you can find that alchemy that turns lead into gold, find that magic where you can see the loss as an entry point for learning and grow from it and become wiser and stronger. #Quote by Jillian Michaels
Human Error quotes by Leo Buscaglia
#62. We find we have little to guide us in our search and must put trust in the only power we have, that natural instinct that propels us toward creation, choice, liberation and change. We must yield to the challenge of becoming fully human and trust in our human processes in the hope that they will lead us there. Out challenge then is clear, to make as much of the illusion as possible a reality. After all, our reality is not more than what was once our illusion. #Quote by Leo Buscaglia
Human Error quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#63. Awareness of our lost youth and charged with foreknowledge of our fate is terribly burdensome. Nonetheless, awareness of inexorable forward march of time and comprehension of our transience is a key component of our humanness. Awareness of time serves as a constant jab in our flank. It shapes our sense of being and toys with our mental equilibrium. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Human Error quotes by Alexander Pope
#64. No more was seen the human form divine. #Quote by Alexander Pope
Human Error quotes by Christopher Morley
#65. The human mind appears suddenly and inexplicably out of some unknown and unimaginable void. It passes half its known life in the mental chaos of sleep. Even when awake it is a victim of its own ill-adjustment, of disease, of age, of external suggestion, of nature's compulsions; it doubts its own sensations and trusts only in instruments and averages. #Quote by Christopher Morley
Human Error quotes by Roman Payne
#66. Wandering is the activity of the child, the passion of the genius; it is the discovery of the self, the discovery of the outside world, and the learning of how the self is both "at one with" and "separate from" the outside world. These discoveries are as fundamental to the soul as "learning to survive" is fundamental to the body. These discoveries are essential to realizing what it means to be human. To wander is to be alive. #Quote by Roman Payne
Human Error quotes by Gabriela Isler
#67. I would like to show that I have a heart, that I am a human being and I have feelings. And to be this kind of role model, not only for beauty pageants but also for life. #Quote by Gabriela Isler
Human Error quotes by John Stuart Mill
#68. There is an imaginary circle drawn around every human being, over which no government should be able to step. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Human Error quotes by Katherine Anne Porter
#69. Human life itself may be almost pure chaos, but the work of the artist is to take these handfuls of confusion and disparate things, things that seem to be irreconcilable, and put them together in a frame to give them some kind of shape and meaning. #Quote by Katherine Anne Porter
Human Error quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#70. I thank you, Wilhelm, for your heartfelt sympathy, for your well-intentioned advice, but beg you to be quiet. Let me stick it out. Blessedly exhausted as I am, I have strength enough to carry through. I honor religion, you know that, I feel it is a staff for many weary souls, refreshment for many a one who is pining away. But--can it be, must it be, the same thing for everyone? If you look at the great world, you see thousands for whom it wasn't, thousands for whom it will not be the same, preached or unpreached, and must it then be the same for me? Does not the son of God Himself say that those would be around Him whom the Father had given Him? But if I am not given? If the Father wants to keep me for Himself, as my heart tells me?--I beg you, do not misinterpret this, do not see mockery in these innocent words. What I am laying before you is my whole soul; otherwise I would rather have kept silent, as I do not like to lose words over things that everyone knows as little about as I do. What else is it but human destiny to suffer out one's measure, drink up one's cup?--And if the chalice was too bitter for the God from heaven on His human lips, why should I boast and pretend that it tastes sweet to me? And why should I be ashamed in the terrible moment when my entire being trembles between being and nothingness, since the past flashes like lightning above the dark abyss of the future and everything around me is swallowed up, and the world perishes with me?--Is that not the vo #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Human Error quotes by Kristen Bell
#71. We as human beings are slightly masochistic. Everybody is ridden with insecurities and they manifest themselves in different ways, whether you're a pleaser, you're mean, you're super-duper sweet and get walked on, or you're a gossip that talks about someone else. #Quote by Kristen Bell
Human Error quotes by Peter Malkin
#72. The problem here is with a human being, not with a monster, not with an animal. The human being does things that even the monster does not do, because the human is more sophisticated. #Quote by Peter Malkin
Human Error quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#73. Salary is the compensation you get for mortgaging your life #Quote by Sunday Adelaja

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