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|VENGEANCE. Vengeance has no foresight. Napoleon I. Vengeance is true |
happiness. Fulvia. Vengeance is the coward's weapon. Cyaxares. The noblest
vengeance is to forgive. J. Howell. Deep vengeance is the daughter of deep
|Forgive. Gs. as. We. Forgive. Matthew 18:21-35 Only one petition in the Lord's |
Prayer has any condition attached to it; it is the petition for ... But perhaps the
Father's forgiveness is not totally unconditional. ... The noblest vengeance is to
|(German) Vengeance A woman's vengeance knows no bounds. (German) The |
noblest vengeance is to forgive. (Dutch) The smallest vengeancepoisons thesoul.
(Yiddish) Vengeance follows aftervice. (Unknown) Vengeance is slow, but stern.
|Cf. Forgive (4). 2. We have all forgot more than we remember. 1732: Fuller, 5442. |
Forgetful head makes a weary pair of heels, A. 1869: ... 1853: Trench, Proverbs,
13 (1905), The noblest vengeance is to forgive: here is the godlike proverb.
|5.3.45 R92 To pardon is a divine REVENGE (1666 TOR, varied from 1580; |
OW858b [The noblest vengeance is to forgive] varied from 1547) E.g., 1573
Sanford 10: The divine Petrach sayde . . . Nobilissimum vin- dictae genus est
|The noblest vengeance is to forgive. 3. Pardon is the choicest flower of victory. 4. |
He that forgives gains the victory. 5. There is no austerity like forgiveness. 6.
Mercy surpasses justice. 7. To err is human; to forgive, divine. 8. He who forgives
|Francis Bacon The noblest vengeance is to forgive. Henry George Bohn |
Revenge, at first though sweet, / Bitter ere long back on itself recoils. John Milton
There is no passion of the human heart that promises REVENGE 321 Revenge.
|Proverbially, the noblest vengeance is forgiveness. In the lines that follow, merely |
to forgo the enactment of vengeance (to save "his body from our fury") is not
enough; unless genuine forgiveness accompanies this restraint, we are allowing
|I wish to remind noble Lords of a very old, very wise, very British and very |
Christian motto: the noblest vengeance is to forgive.14 Holy Wars and Just Wars
The wars of this century have laid to rest whatever strength there may have been
in a ...
|In common with most of us, she did not subscribe to the morality of vengeance. |
Yet, when the ... He may even have agreed with Henry Bohn, the seventeenth-
century British publisher, who believed that 'Forgiveness is the noblest