Hatred Revenge Anger Righteous Quotes

Quotes tagged as "hatred-revenge-anger-righteous" (showing 1-10 of 10)
Elizabeth E. Wein
“...it never occurred to him that now he was looking at his master, at the one person in all the world who held his fate right between her palms-- me, in patched hand-me-downs and untrimmed hair and idiot smile-- and that my hatred for him is pure and black and unforgiving.”
Elizabeth E. Wein, Code Name Verity

Shivam Singh
“Hatred or disliking for someone is something that doesn't come easily but once it comes, it make sure not to leave your heart and mind and stay there either for ever or a long time.”
Shivam Singh

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Even while we hate, we still have that deep unusual  compassion for our rivals, and they hate it when they realize that we are feeling sorry for them.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, The Infinity Sign

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Keeping hatred against someone is like helping him to torture you”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Hate is more felt than love”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

Riccardo Bruni
“He was going to hurt the people he hated, but inside he didn't feel any real sense of satisfaction. He hated them all the more for having made him feel so small, so petty and mean, which was all he felt just then. But it wasn't enough to stop him.”
Riccardo Bruni, The Lion and the Rose

“Hate or Jealousy will not Give any Solution only Tears on the Long Run, because a Winner is a Fighter for their Rights and Chances in Life.”
Jan Jansen

“Haat of jaloezie zal niet geven geen oplossing alleen tranen op de lange termijn, omdat een winnaar is een vechter voor hun rechten en kansen in het leven.”
Jan Jansen

Lawren Leo
“As she slid into her fifties, with grace I might add, she learned the art of hatred, pulling on the pain from a broken heart. She kept this pain alive, growing on the outskirts of her soul, like a copse of trees that constantly needed pruning.”
Lawren Leo, Love's Shadow: Nine Crooked Paths

Michael J. Sullivan
“That's the thing about hatred, it can become rancid, and it'll turn into poison if you keep it bottled too long. Hatred will eat through any container and seep into the groundwater of a soul. Revenge is never enough to expel it because it keeps bubbling up anew. What you don't realize–can't really–is that by that time, it's all you are. You don't have the hate in you. The hate is you. When that wine is consumed, you won't ever be able to rid yourself of it. Can't vomit it up or spit it out. It'd be as impossible as escaping yourself.”
Michael J. Sullivan, Age of Swords