The advantage of the emotions is that they lead us astray
, and the advantage of science is that it is not emotional.
Our subjective certainty is usually a result of habit, and may lead us astray
in circumstances which are unusual in ways of which we are unaware.
For example, our craving for fat, salt and sugar, which served us well when food was scarce, can lead us astray
in an environment in which fat, salt and sugar are all too plentiful and heavily marketed to us.
Surely an emotion disposition like this can lead us astray
Say no to the olden-day ways that only lead us astray
Some people can't do anything else but scream and shout -- but we're not going to let them lead us astray
It's not always easy to tell when information is suspect Our own biases may lead us astray
With a sound knowledge of the pristine teachings of Islam, it would be difficult for anybody to lead us astray
Our friends provided us a supportive and guiding network infusing us with the realization that the right friends can lead us to follow the straight and narrow path while the wrong friends can lead us astray
So when the thrills and sparkles of life lead us astray
, what should we do?
The eagle, depicted on your nation's flag, calls to mind hope, and the need to always place your trust in God who does not lead us astray
and who is ever at our side, especially in moments of difficulty.
I think we can agree, too, that case series can lead us astray
I just know that as we feel our way toward an answer, we should be careful that our metaphors do not lead us astray
The story has no plot but Mojica seems to take us by the hand and we feel privileged to accompany her on her journey, trusting she will not lead us astray
and that all will be right in the end.
We leave this part of the narrative better equipped to detect factors apt to lead us astray