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No harm comes to man from outside alone: dumbness is the objective spirit.
I've done more harm by the falseness of trying to please than by the honesty of trying to hurt.
Since long I've held silence a remedy for harm.
I'm just one of many moms who will say an extra prayer each night for our sons and daughters going into harm's way.
You can calculate the worth of a man by the number of his enemies, and the importance of a work of art by the harm that is spoken of it.
Religion has caused more harm than any other idea since the beginning of time. There's nothing good I can say about it. People use it as a crutch.
In my view, there is nothing more vicious and outrageous than the abuse, exploitation and harm of the most vulnerable members of our society, and I firmly believe that our nation's laws and resources need to reflect the seriousness of these terrible crimes.
Gluttony might be innocuous were it not for the fact that gluttons tend to disregard whether their self-serving behaviors harm anyone else. We don't need to look far and wide to find examples of gluttonous behavior, as they are numerous throughout the history of capitalism.
The Bible has done more harm than any other book in the world.
Cats seem to go on the principle that it never does any harm to ask for what you want.
Joseph Wood Krutch
It does no harm just once in a while to acknowledge that the whole country isn't in flames, that there are people in the country besides politicians, entertainers, and criminals.
The idea that we cause harm by doing what we perceive to be the right thing, that's another theme that interests me. Because most people don't intend to cause harm, they cause harm by doing the right thing - in their mind.
A strength to harm is perilous in the hand of an ambitious head.
My mortal foe can no ways wish me a greater harm than England's hate; neither should death be less welcome unto me than such a mishap betide me.
There is no truer cause of unhappiness amongst men than, where naturally expecting charity and benevolence, they receive harm and vexation.
What you believe about God has the greatest potential for good or harm in your life.
Edwin Louis Cole
There is no harm in being sometimes wrong - especially if one is promptly found out.
John Maynard Keynes
A farmer travelling with his load Picked up a horseshoe on the road, And nailed if fast to his barn door, That luck might down upon him pour; That every blessing known in life Might crown his homestead and his wife, And never any kind of harm Descend upon his growing farm.
James Thomas Fields
Using the commons as a cesspool does not harm the general public under frontier conditions, because there is no public, the same behavior in a metropolis is unbearable.
More harm was done in the 20th century by faceless bureaucrats than tyrant dictators.
Cinema reflects culture and there is no harm in adapting technology, but not at the cost of losing your originality.
Some people, and I am one of them, hate happy ends. We feel cheated. Harm is the norm.
There is no harm in patience, and no profit in lamentation. Death is easier to bear (than) that which precedes it, and more severe than that which comes after it. Remember the death of the Apostle of God, and your sorrow will be lessened.
Are hackers a threat? The degree of threat presented by any conduct, whether legal or illegal, depends on the actions and intent of the individual and the harm they cause.
We do as much harm holding onto programs and people past their natural life span as we do when we employ massive organizational air strikes. However, destroying comes at the end of life's cycle, not as a first response.
Margaret J. Wheatley
Once we know our weaknesses they cease to do us any harm.
Georg C. Lichtenberg
Innocence always calls mutely for protection when we would be so much wiser to guard ourselves against it: innocence is like a dumb leper who has lost his bell, wandering the world, meaning no harm.
That which is unjust can really profit no one; that which is just can really harm no one.
If what the heart approves conforms to proper patterns, then even if one's desires are many, what harm would they be to good order?
When a man sees something desirable, he must reflect on the fact that with time it could come to involve what is detestable. When he sees something that is beneficial, he should reflect that sooner or later it, too, could come to involve harm.
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