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1. "I'm still of the same mind. For many years I've been ashamed, mortally ashamed, of having been, even with the best intentions, even at many removes, a murderer in my turn. As time went on, I merely learned that even those who were better than the rest could not keep themselves nowadays from killing or letting others kill, because such is the logic by which they live, and that we can't stir a finger in this world without the risk of bringing death to somebody. Yes, I've been ashamed ever since I have realized that we all have the plague, and I have lost my peace. And today I am still trying to find it; still trying to understand all those others and not to be the mortal enemy of anyone. I only know that one must do what one can to cease being plague stricken, and that's the only way in which we can hope for some peace or, failing that, a decent death."
Author: Albert Camus
2. "I could not limit my values and pursuits to what makes others comfortable. Being possessed by a promise I live without options. I will spend the rest of my life exploring what could happen through the life of one who is willing to cultivate the God-given appetite to see impossibilities bow to the name of Jesus."
Author: Bill Johnson
3. "If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion."
Author: Dalai Lama
4. "Either you think, or else others have to think for you and take power from you, pervert and discipline your natural tastes, civilize and sterilize you."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
5. "Let us not underestimate how hard it is to be compassionate. Compassion is hard because it requires the inner disposition to go with others to place where they are weak, vulnerable, lonely, and broken. But this is not our spontaneous response to suffering. What we desire most is to do away with suffering by fleeing from it or finding a quick cure for it."
Author: Henri J.M. Nouwen
6. "I said that I have finished telling my story, not that the story is finished. I said before that no story is ever really finished, each one is part of a longer story and consists of smaller stories, some of which are told, others passed over in silence. And whenever you tell any one of the stories, whether you intend it or not, you include the shadow of all the others. The result is that once you have told one story, once you have undone the meshes of the net at one point, you are trapped. You are compelled to go on with the story. And because we ourselves, like all life, are stories, we become the story of the stories."
Author: Herbert Rosendorfer
7. "Those who are too lazy and comfortable to think for themselves and be their own judges obey the laws. Others sense their own laws within them."
Author: Hermann Hesse
8. "Please know that my thoughts and prayers, as well as those of many, many others here in Alabama and around the country, are with each of you during this time."
Author: Jo Bonner
9. "Some admit the damage, and try to mitigate it; some spend their lives trying to help others who are damaged; and then there are those whose main concern is to avoid further damage to themselves, at whatever cost. And those are the ones who are ruthless, and the ones to be careful of."
Author: Julian Barnes
10. "Some pretend to be rich, yet have nothing; others pretend to be poor, yet have great wealth."
Author: Malcolm Gladwell
11. "Everyday,there's a lot of reason to be annoyed,to be pissed off,to worry and to be sad,but I always find the reason for me to smile and be happy,no matter how little it could be.I think I"ve been long done to those drama of life which can easily make my day gloom.Life is real short,make the best out of it every minute and every chance that u may get.Love and helping others is my new happiness."
Author: Mareez Reyes
12. "To be good is noble; but showing others how to be good is nobler and no trouble."
Author: Mark Twain
13. "If I had been a different sort of person, maybe less impressionable, less intense, less fearful, less utterly dependent upon the perceptions of others - maybe then I would not have bought the cultural party line that thinness is the be-all and end-all of goals. Maybe if my family had not been in utter chaos most of the time, maybe if my parents were a little better at dealing with their own lives maybe if I'd gotten help sooner, or if I'd gotten different help, maybe if I didn't so fiercely cherish my secret, or if I were not such a good liar, or were not quite so empty inside... maybe."
Author: Marya Hornbacher
14. "I had retained little of what is generally called religion, except for a visceral conviction that our lives are controlled by some universal mechanism that is greater than ourselves. Perhaps that was what others called God. Perhaps not."
Author: Michael Cox
15. "The best way is to say that as a Christian for me the essence of Christian faith is that you treat others as if you wish to be treated."
Author: Mike Huckabee
16. "You must first of all think justly. Don't sit in judgment over others when you don't know the truth of the matter."
Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer
17. "Don't let the workings of adversity totally absorb your life. Try to understand what you can. Act where you are able; then let the matter rest with the Lord for a period while you give to others in worthy ways before you take on appropriate concern again."
Author: Richard G. Scott
18. "Some say thronging cavalry, some say foot soldiers, others call a fleet the most beautiful of sights the dark earth offers, but I say it's what- ever you love best.. . . .But that reminds me:now my Anactória is gone, and I'd rather see her lovely step, her sparkling glance and her face than gaze on all the troops in Lydia in their chariots and glittering armor."
Author: Sappho
19. "The greatest regret is being what others would want you to be rather than being yourself."
Author: Shannon L. Alder
20. "All condemnation of others really condemns ourselves. Adjust the microcosm which is in your power to do) and the macrocosm will adjust itself for you."
Author: Swami Vivekananda
21. "What of Thought? The Crew had developed a kind of shorthand whereby they could set forth any visions that might come their way. Conversations at the Spoon had become little more than proper nouns, literary allusions, critical or philosophical terms linked in certain ways. Depending on how you arranged the building blocks at your disposal, you were smart or stupid. Depending on how others reacted they were In or Out. The number of blocks, however, was finite."Mathematically, boy," he told himself, "if nobody else original comes along, they're bound to run out of arrangements someday. What then?" What indeed. This sort of arranging and rearranging was Decadence, but the exhaustion of all possible permutations and combinations was death.It scared Eigenvalue, sometimes. He would go in back and look at the set of dentures. Teeth and metals endure."
Author: Thomas Pynchon
22. "Any human being has a fundamental right to fight for their rights, but that (own right) can not include anything that is fundamentally trying to deny others what is their fundamental right.The root of Tyranny of Majority that Telangana is witnessing in India since 1956 and is expected to end in early 2014"
Author: Venkat Gandhi

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