Acceptance Of Others Quotes

Quotes tagged as "acceptance-of-others" (showing 1-30 of 59)
Cornelius Elmore Addison
“It is noble to love another without caring to know who gave them breath.”
Cornelius Elmore Addison, Tom Thorneval: Dream Merchant Extraordinaire

Christina Baker Kline
“The older I get, the more I believe that the greatest kindness is acceptance.”
Christina Baker Kline, A Piece of the World

Alaric Hutchinson
“On the road to success there is absolutely no room for criticism of self or others. Insecurity and fear masquerade as jealousy and judgment. Finding faults in others wastes time as we attempt to remove the bricks from other people’s foundations – time that could be better spent building our own. And worrying about what other people think about us also wastes the time that could be better spent expanding upon what we have built.”
Alaric Hutchinson, Living Peace: Essential Teachings for Enriching Life

Emily Ruskovich
“How quickly someone else's life can enter through the cracks we don't know are there until this foreign thing is inside of us. We are more porous than we know.”
Emily Ruskovich, Idaho

Alex Morritt
“Wrinkles ? Why all the fuss ? Think of them as lines of distinction; marks of maturity.”
Alex Morritt, Impromptu Scribe

“It is not my place to judge any person's beliefs, but choose rather to celebrate their ability to believe.”
Tom Althouse

Munia Khan
“Even baldness becomes a beauty of a hairless head through the heart of acceptance”
Munia Khan

Alaric Hutchinson
“Truth falls from the heavens like rain, gently carving many channels in the earth. Your truth may be different from my own, yet both are still true.”
Alaric Hutchinson, Living Peace: Essential Teachings for Enriching Life

Alaric Hutchinson
“Respect everyone who crosses your path, even if you feel they don't deserve it.”
Alaric Hutchinson, Living Peace: Essential Teachings for Enriching Life

“I rather have you win, because in God even those who are in second place are first.”
Auliq Ice

“Life is a useless passion, an exciting journey of a mammal in survival mode. Each day is a miracle, a blessing unexplored and the more you immerse yourself in light, the less you will feel the darkness. There is more to life than nothingness. And cynicism. And nihilism. And selfishness. And glorious isolation. Be selfish with yourself, but live your life through your immortal acts, acts that engrain your legacy onto humanity. Transcend your fears and follow yourself into the void instead of letting yourself get eaten up by entropy and decay. Freedom is being yourself without permission. Be soft and leave a lasting impression on everybody you meet”
Mohadesa Najumi

“Learn to see past the flaws and you will understand the perfection of the Universe.”
Ka Chinery, Perceptions from the Photon Frequency: The Ascended Version

Rasheed Ogunlaru
“If you are going to judge others it is wisest to do so individually not collectively and on your own direct experience of them personally. But first - and throughout - examine yourself closely. Blurred vision can often occur due to the lens, perspective and perceptions of the viewer projected onto the object that it sees. Be wary of taking to the judges seat. Above all meet at treat yourself and everyone else mindfully, compassionately with humanity.”
Rasheed Ogunlaru

“I forgive you. But just because I forgive you doesn't mean I want to continue to be your friend. It doesn't even mean I respect you as a man because you are not. You are a miserably scared little boy who can't tell when to let go and when to hold on. You will never be worth my time nor my friendship.”
Rebecca David

Abhijit Naskar
“Accepting evil is worse than committing evil.”
Abhijit Naskar, Either Civilized or Phobic: A Treatise on Homosexuality

“What’s wrong with knowing what you know now and not knowing what you don’t know now until later?”
—Winnie the Pooh”
Disney Book Group, Christopher Robin: The Little Book of Pooh-isms: With help from Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Owl, and Tigger, too!

Abhijit Naskar
“The point is, being a Christian does not mean hating or belittling the non-Christians. Being a Muslim does not mean hating or belittling the non-Muslims. Being an Atheist does not mean hating or belittling the religious people. In a civilized society, diversity in religious orientation should be the reason for celebration, not the cause for hatred and differentiation.”
Abhijit Naskar

Abhijit Naskar
“Accepting evil is worse than committing evil. You must – I repeat – you must, as a human being, stand up on the side of humanism, against barbarian inhumanism, for it is your action, that shall determine whether your children shall live in a world of peace and harmony or a world of chaos and discriminations.”
Abhijit Naskar, Either Civilized or Phobic: A Treatise on Homosexuality

Alaric Hutchinson
“Chaos brings movement to whatever is stagnant in your life. Stagnation leads to apathy, numbness, illness, suffering, etc. Be grateful for the situations in your life that may seem chaotic in the present moment, and realize that, in the greater scheme of things, chaos is Spirit giving you an opportunity… or possibly pushing you to move, grow, and be in the flow.”
Alaric Hutchinson, Living Peace: Essential Teachings for Enriching Life

Abhijit Naskar
“With the glorious flames of compassion in your heart, embrace the goodness from all religions. Taste the love of Christmas, the radiance of Diwali, the brotherhood of Ramadan, the feast of Sukkot and assimilate anything that appeals to you. The end product of such acceptance is a peaceful human society, filled with joy and cheer.”
Abhijit Naskar, In Search of Divinity: Journey to the Kingdom of Conscience

Shannon  Mullen
“Sometimes you just gotta accept that hope is gone.”
Shannon Mullen, See What Flowers

R.J. Palacio
“So I just went over and sat with him. Not a biggie. I wish people would stop trying to turn it into something more. He's just a kid. The weirdest-looking kid I've ever seen, yes. But just a kid.”
R.J. Palacio, Wonder

Mackenzi Noel
“Then, what’s the purpose of the mission?”
“To save us all.”
“You can’t save all of us if you murder them.”
Mackenzi Noel, The Time of Fire: Book One.

“That was where the fear came from, Celyn believed. The not knowing. Not knowing what these offspring could do. Even they didn't know. At least not right away.
So Celyn did understand the fear, but not the hatred. He didn't understand dragons who hated humans. Or humans who hated dragons. Or anyone who hated someone for being brought into this world without any say in the matter.”
G.A. Aiken, Light My Fire

Abhijit Naskar
“Acceptance does not mean accepting those who disregard humans on the basis of race, religion and sexual orientation.”
Abhijit Naskar, Either Civilized or Phobic: A Treatise on Homosexuality

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