Bewildered Quotes (2 quotes)
Dr. Paget was conducting a school examination, and in the course of his questions he happened to ask a small child the meaning of Average. He was utterly bewildered by the reply, The thing that hens lay on, until the child explained that he had read in a book that hens lay on an average so many eggs a year.
Three causes especially have excited the discontent of mankind; and, by impelling us to seek remedies for the irremediable, have bewildered us in a maze of madness and error. These are death, toil, and the ignorance of the future.