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|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
|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,
|Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it.” – Martin Luther King Jr. “Hatred is the |
cowardʼs revenge for being intimidated.” – George Bernard Shaw “Hatred is the
madness of the heart” – Lord Byron “Love blinds us to faults, hatred to virtues” ...
|... 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.
|Love blinds us to faults, hatred to virtues. Moshe ibn Ezra (c. 1055 after 1135), |
Shirat Yisrael Aaron Ross completed his interview with U.S. Army Intelligence
regarding his experience in the Treblinka concentration camp. He stepped out ...
|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,
|But I probably didn't say it right. How does it go, Dov?" "'Love blinds us to faults, |
but hatred blinds us to virtues.'" The boy dropped his eyes and took the load of
logs from his stepfather's arms. Leib gazed at his stepson with adoration. "That's it
|Smith says, “The penalty ofliving in the darkness is not merely that one does not |
see, but that one goes blind. ... Spiritually, the one who has a life-style of hating
his brother dwells in darkness or the state of evil. 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.