Negligence Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
the-first-worst-sin-couples-commit-against-one-another-is-not-adultery-but-negligence-because-its-negligence-that-breeds-adulterywatch-it-couples-do-not-hold-back-in-giving-that-
one-can-get-used-to-ugliness-but-never-to-negligence-coco-chanel
negligence-is-rust-soul-that-corrodes-through-all-her-best-resolves-owen-feltham
negligence-is-rust-soul-that-corrodes-through-all-her-best-resolves
because-ignorance-negligence-we-lost-most-precious-valuelife-sunday-adelaja
a-state-can-sue-for-negligence-as-well-as-fraud-damages
if-person-is-seriously-injured-as-result-someone-elses-negligence-then-they-are-entitled-to-compensation
our-destruction-should-it-come-at-all-will-be-from-inattention-people-to-concerns-their-government-from-their-carelessness-negligence-daniel-webster
selfabuse-is-infringement-on-ones-own-destiny-caused-by-either-ignorance-about-oneself-negligence-ones-purpose-israelmore-ayivor
it-is-criminal-negligence-to-leave-suckers-lying-around-to-tempt-honest-men-wilson-mizner
the-incompetence-regarding-body-and-vehicle-armor-rises-almost-to-a-level-of-criminal-negligence
where-there-are-many-beauties-in-poem-i-shall-not-cavil-at-few-faults-proceeding-either-from-negligence-from-imperfection-our-nature-horace
a-great-proportion-wretchedness-which-has-embittered-married-life-has-originated-in-negligence-trifles-thomas-sprat
a-great-proportion-of-the-wretchedness-which-has-embittered-married-life-has-originated-in-a-negligence-of-trifles
to-let-friendship-die-away-by-negligence-silence-is-certainly-not-wise-it-is-voluntarily-to-throw-away-one-greatest-comforts-weary-pilgrimage-samuel-johnson
risk-to-civilian-life-has-been-undermined-ignored-by-both-parties-in-name-military-necessity-they-have-to-be-watchful-potential-harm-their-negligence-can-do-to-civilians-kundan-a
to-let-friendship-die-away-by-negligence-silence-is-certainly-not-wise-it-is-voluntarily-to-throw-away-one-greatest-comforts-this-weary-pilgrimage-samuel-johnson-edward-m-hallowe
the-real-effectual-discipline-which-is-exercised-over-workman-is-that-his-customers-it-is-fear-losing-their-employment-which-restrains-his-frauds-adam-smith
in-lead-up-to-iraq-war-its-later-conduct-i-saw-at-minimum-true-dereliction-negligence-irresponsibility-at-worse-lying-incompetence-corruption
the-imitator-treads-beaten-walk-with-all-his-diligence-can-only-find-few-flowers-branches-untouched-by-his-predecessor-refuse-contempt-samuel-johnson
the-scepticism-which-men-affect-towards-their-higher-inspirations-is-often-not-honest-doubt-but-guilty-negligence-is-sign-narrow-mind-defective-wisdom-james-martineau
success-produces-confidence-confidence-relaxes-industry-and-negligence-ruins-the-reputation-which-accuracy-had-raised
success-produces-confidence-confidence-relaxes-industry-negligence-ruins-reputation-which-accuracy-had-raised
reeducation-needs-careful-tending-like-english-lawn-even-one-moment-negligence-weeds-crop-up-again-those-indestructible-weeds-historical-truth-sefton-delmer
we-need-compassion-courage-to-change-conditions-that-support-our-suffering-those-conditions-are-things-like-ignorance-bitterness-negligence-sharon-salzberg
no-weakness-human-mind-has-more-frequently-incurred-animadversion-than-negligence-with-which-men-overlook-their-own-faults-however-flagrant-easiness-with-which-they-pardon-them-h
its-not-easy-to-steer-life-without-errors-at-times-forced-by-propensity-at-times-by-karma-at-times-negligence-pushes-one-to-make-mistakes-dinesh-kumar
how-heron-comes-it-is-negligence-mind-not-to-notice-how-at-dusk-heron-comes-to-pond-stands-there-in-his-death-robes-perfect-servant-system-hungry-his-eyes-full-attention-his-wing
unclean-spirits-increase-passions-in-us-making-use-our-negligence-inciting-them-but-angels-decrease-our-passions-inciting-us-to-perfection-maximus-confessor
i-have-long-been-opinion-says-he-that-fire-was-vast-blessing-plague-likewise-it-gave-us-occasion-to-understand-secrets-nature-which-otherwise-might-have-overwhelmd-us-i-busied-my
religion-can-never-reform-mankind-because-religion-is-slavery-it-is-far-better-to-be-free-to-leave-forts-barricades-fear-to-stand-erect-face-future-with-smile-it-is-far-better-to
My friend, I am not what I seem. Seeming is but a garment I wear-a care-woven garment that protects me from thy questionings and thee from my negligence. The 'I' in me, my friend, dwells in the house of silence, and therein it shall remain for ever more, unperceived, unapproachable. I would not have thee believe in what I say nor trust in what I do-for my words are naught but thy own thoughts in sound and my deeds thy own hopes in action. When thou sayest, 'The wind bloweth eastward, ' I say, 'Aye it doth blow eastward'; for I would not have thee know that my mind doth not dwell upon the wind but upon the sea. Thou canst not understand my seafaring thoughts, nor would I have thee understand. I would be at sea alone. When it is day with thee, my friend, it is night with me; yet even then I speak of the noontide that dances upon the hills and of the purple shadow that steals its way across the valley; for thou canst not hear the songs of my darkness nor see my wings beating against the stars-and I fain would not have thee hear or see. I would be with night alone. When thou ascendest to thy Heaven I descend to my Hell-even then thou callest to me across the unbridgeable gulf, 'My companion, my comrade, ' and I call back to thee, 'My comrade, my companion'-for I would not have thee see my Hell. The flame would burn thy eyesight and the smoke would crowd thy nostrils. And I love my Hell too well to have thee visit it. I would be in Hell alone. Thou lovest Truth and Beauty and Righteousness; and I for thy sake say it is well and seemly to love these things. But in my heart I laughed at thy love. Yet I would not have thee see my laughter. I would laugh alone. My friend, thou art good and cautious and wise; nay, thou art perfect-and I, too, speak with thee wisely and cautiously. And yet I am mad. But I mask my madness. I would be mad alone. My friend, thou art not my friend, but how shall I make thee understand? My path is not thy path, yet together we walk, hand in hand.

Kahlil Gibran
my-friend-i-am-not-what-i-seem-seeming-is-but-garment-i-wear-carewoven-garment-that-protects-me-from-thy-questionings-thee-from-my-negligence-the-i-in-me-my-friend-dwells-in-hous
And thus it passed on from Candlemass until after Easter, that the month of May was come, when every lusty heart beginneth to blossom, and to bring forth fruit; for like as herbs and trees bring forth fruit and flourish in May, in like wise every lusty heart that is in any manner a lover, springeth and flourisheth in lusty deeds. For it giveth unto all lovers courage, that lusty month of May, in something to constrain him to some manner of thing more in that month than in any other month, for divers causes. For then all herbs and trees renew a man and woman, and likewise lovers call again to their mind old gentleness and old service, and many kind deeds that were forgotten by negligence. For like as winter rasure doth alway arase and deface green summer, so fareth it by unstable love in man and woman. For in many persons there is no stability; for we may see all day, for a little blast of winter's rasure, anon we shall deface and lay apart true love for little or nought, that cost much thing; this is no wisdom nor stability, but it is feebleness of nature and great disworship, whosomever useth this. Therefore, like as May month flowereth and flourisheth in many gardens, so in like wise let every man of worship flourish his heart in this world, first unto God, and next unto the joy of them that he promised his faith unto; for there was never worshipful man or worshipful woman, but they loved one better than another; and worship in arms may never be foiled, but first reserve the honour to God, and secondly the quarrel must come of thy lady: and such love I call virtuous love. But nowadays men can not love seven night but they must have all their desires: that love may not endure by reason; for where they be soon accorded and hasty heat, soon it cooleth. Right so fareth love nowadays, soon hot soon cold: this is no stability. But the old love was not so; men and women could love together seven years, and no licours lusts were between them, and then was love, truth, and faithfulness: and lo, in like wise was used love in King Arthur's days. Wherefore I liken love nowadays unto summer and winter; for like as the one is hot and the other cold, so fareth love nowadays; therefore all ye that be lovers call unto your remembrance the month of May, like as did Queen Guenever, for whom I make here a little mention, that while she lived she was a true lover, and therefore she had a good end.

Thomas Malory
and-thus-it-passed-on-from-candlemass-until-after-easter-that-month-may-was-come-when-every-lusty-heart-beginneth-to-blossom-to-bring-forth-fruit-for-like-as-herbs-trees-bring-fo
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