Amount of texts to »believe« 59, and there are 53 texts (89.83%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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First text on Dec 14th 2000, 04:51:18 wrote
anwartesano about believe
Latest text on Oct 28th 2018, 04:02:38 wrote
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The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens wrote on Jul 16th 2004, 00:54:20 about

believe

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'Humph!' muttered Quilp, evidently disappointed to believe that this was true.

whatevernext96 wrote on Nov 20th 2001, 12:36:20 about

believe

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For a child, believing in oneself is impossible. To begin with, there must always be another (or others) to help the process of self-belief – by providing external validation, as it were. I know – there wasn't enough of it in my childhood, so I made very certain that my own offspring had it in spadefuls! And lo! for them, it has worked.

anwartesano wrote on Dec 14th 2000, 04:51:18 about

believe

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To believe is nothing less than the shadow of creation.

agnes wrote on Apr 30th 2004, 14:45:16 about

believe

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I believe that it's possible.

diego wrote on Feb 9th 2002, 00:52:34 about

believe

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Don't believe everything that you hear.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 7th 2001, 04:10:33 about

believe

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I don't want to believe. I want to know.

Silberfinger wrote on Jan 2nd 2001, 00:01:14 about

believe

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That advertising we've seen everywhere on our trip through England last (oh no, the year before the last, actually) year. It was about a type of margarine that was supposed to taste exactly like butter. Big line »I can't believe it's not butter!« (imagine the voice of an amaaaazed housewife) and in one corner there was a little black gospel singer sitting on the margarine & underneath there was written »I'm a believer baby!«. I always thought it was a mighty stupid bit of advert.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 23rd 2001, 01:46:36 about

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We should not want to believe. We should want to know.

Andrea wrote on Apr 12th 2001, 20:52:42 about

believe

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You can believe in other people, if you believe in yourself.

ugly duckling wrote on Feb 28th 2007, 13:20:31 about

believe

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I believe there's something terribly wrong on this planet. I believe it could be different, totally different. I will put all my energy in making it more beautiful, this planet.

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