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|“Hatred can be overcome only by love.” -- Mahatma Gandhi “Hatred is the |
madness ofthe heart.” -- Lord Byron “Love blinds us to faults, but hatred blinds us
to virtues.” -- Iba Ezra “Ifyou hate aperson, you hate something in him that is part ...
|QuotationsBook.com. I have always hated that damn James Bond. I'd like to kill |
him. - Connery, Sean Hatred -- The anger of the weak. - Daudet, Alphonse Love
blinds us to faults, but hatred blinds us to virtues. - Ezra, Iba Hating people is like
|I do not mean to say that there have not been blind and fond parents in |
abundance who — having no high moral standard and being merely ... and bright
faces around them — have done their children harm by ignoring their faults and
regarding them as perfect : but on the other hand, ... But the right course is neither
to hate, nor to love, but to judge. As hate blinds us to virtues, so love blinds us to
Joseph L. Baron - 1996 - 642 pages
|73.2 Better blind of eye than blind of heart. Apocrypba: Abikar, 2.48. 73.3 Not the |
eye but the heart is blind. lbn Gabirol, Mibhar HaPeninim, c. 1050, #414. 73.4
Love blinds us to faults, hatred to virtues. M. lbn Ezra, Shiraz Yirrael, (12C) 1924,
2009 - 560 pages
|... happiness is somewhere to be found.” But Rasselas failed to find it. Happiness |
comes not from having much to live on but having much to live for. ... —Ann
Landers Love blinds us to faults, hatred to virtues. —Moses Ibn Ezra English
|so quick to use, but I am also aware that in the south today, some racists of the |
same mentality have been curbed in their ... (racial hatred and bigotry wherever it
is found). ... St. John of the Cross Loves blinds us to faults, hatred to virtues.
|But light the flame of genuine love in a man's heart, and then he keeps this law as |
naturally as a mother watches over her sleeping child. ... It blinds us to his virtues
; it magnifies his faults ; it throws a shadow over his life and character. We have
no right to express an opinion concerning him. We have only to confess that we
hate him, and that therefore we are disqualified to hold or express an opinion.
|ity based not on fear but on love, this being Melanie Klein's contribution: her |
description of the persecutory and the depressive anxieties. ... The wish to find
fault, as an expression of envy in particular, but driven also by submission to our
persecutors, blinds us to the virtues of our enemies and the faults of our allies . . .
envy and hatred induce the projection of hated parts of the self out into the world,
|Smith says, “The penalty ofliving in the darkness is not merely that one does not |
see, but that one goes blind.”30 Fish in the ... Vaughan says, “Hatred robs us of
all spiritual insight. It blinds us to the virtues of others, the faults of ourselves, and
the peril which awaits us if we persist in this course of live.” p. 48 The ... To all
classes he writes, “Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world” (v.
|'Criticisms exaggerate', 'element of truth', 'gradually', 'able to admit' - let us |
examine a moment the credo that is contained in these few words. ... The wish to
find fault, as an expression of envy in particular, but driven also by submission to
our persecutors, blinds us to the virtues of our enemies ... 'Element of truth' - such
envy and hatred induce the ... of 'normal' character (in the 'medical' and 'ideal'
sense, not the statistical) focus uncompromisingly on the love for and search for
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