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13 Good Turning Evil Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Good Turning Evil Sayings By Carl Sagan: Science cuts two ways, of course; its products can be used for both good and Science cuts two ways, of course; its products can be used for both good and evil. But there's no turning back from science. The early warnings about technological dangers also come from science. — Carl Sagan
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Good Turning Evil Sayings By Francis Frangipane: Too many Christians become bitter and angry in the conflict. If we descend into hatefulness, Too many Christians become bitter and angry in the conflict. If we descend into hatefulness, we have already lost the battle. We must cooperate with God in turning what was meant for evil into a greater good within us. This is why we bless those who would curse us: It is not only for their sakes but to preserve our own soul from its natural response toward hatred. — Francis Frangipane
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Good Turning Evil Sayings By John Stuart Mill: The triumph of the Confederacy ... would be a victory for the powers of evil The triumph of the Confederacy ... would be a victory for the powers of evil which would give courage to the enemies of progress and damp the sprits of its friends all over the civilized world ... [The American Civil War] is destined to be a turning point, for good or evil, of the course of human affairs. — John Stuart Mill
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Good Turning Evil Sayings By Lloyd Alexander: Morgant?" Taran asked, turning a puzzled glance to Gwydion. "How can there be honor for Morgant?" Taran asked, turning a puzzled glance to Gwydion. "How can there be honor for such a man?"
"It is easy to judge evil unmixed," replied Gwydion. "But, alas, in most of us good and bad are closely woven as the threads on a loom; greater wisdom than mine is needed for the judging. — Lloyd Alexander
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Harry S. Truman: The human race has reached a turning point. Man has opened the secrets of nature The human race has reached a turning point. Man has opened the secrets of nature and mastered new powers. If he uses them wisely, he can reach new heights of civilization. If he uses them foolishly, they may destroy him. Man must create the moral and legal framework for the world which will insure that his new powers are used for good and not for evil. — Harry S. Truman
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Jonathan Cahn: America as did with Israel with its blessing has been turning away from God driving America as did with Israel with its blessing has been turning away from God driving Him out of its public squares. Bring in idols in its place and calling what is evil good and what is good evil ... The glory of the city on the hill is fading and America now stands in danger of impending judgment, and we all know it. — Jonathan Cahn
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Edith Wharton: Don't they say," she asked, feeling her way as in a kind of tender apprehensiveness, Don't they say," she asked, feeling her way as in a kind of tender apprehensiveness, "that the early Christians, instead of pulling down the heathen temples - the temples of the unclean gods - purified them by turning them to their own uses? I've always thought one might do that with one's actions - the actions one loathes but can't undo. One can make, I mean, a wrong the door to other wrongs or an impassable wall against them...." Her voice wavered on the word. "We can't always tear down the temples we've built to the unclean gods, but we can put good spirits in the house of evil - the spirits of mercy and shame and understanding, that might never have come to us if we hadn't been in such great need.... — Edith Wharton
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Ayn Rand: If it were true that men could achieve their good by means of turning some If it were true that men could achieve their good by means of turning some men into sacrificial animals, and I were asked to immolate myself for the sake of creatures who wanted to survive at the price of my blood, if I were asked to serve the interests of society apart from, above and against my own - I would refuse. I would reject it as the most contemptible evil, I would fight it with every power I possess, I would fight the whole of mankind, if one minute were all I could last before I were murdered, I would fight in the full confidence of the justice of my battle and of a living being's right to exist. Let there be no misunderstanding about me. If it is now the belief of my fellow men, who call themselves the public, that their good requires victims, then I say: The public good be damned, I will have no part of it! — Ayn Rand
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Dexter Palmer: (T)he true enemy of humanity was not Evil, an abstract idea personified by some sort (T)he true enemy of humanity was not Evil, an abstract idea personified by some sort of crimson-faced creature dancing in flames, but Chance, that smoky million-handed monster forever fitting its tiny fingers into the fissures of your life, working tear it apart, loosening the fatal screw, turning that first cell cancerous, sending lightning to strike the tree that you chose for shelter from the storm. The version of Satan that embodied every ill of human life had been patched onto the Judeo-Christian tradition because the early God that Moses knew was too tough and terrible for worshippers to want to deal with. The fear that Moses had of Yahweh was as much of His caprice as of His power
He was just as likely to force the Hebrews to wander in the wilderness as He was to rescue them from the Egyptians. In short, He was not the embodiment of good, but of chance: neither good nor evil, but inscrutable and unavoidable. — Dexter Palmer
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Henry George: My primary object is to defend and advance a principle in which I see the My primary object is to defend and advance a principle in which I see the only possible relief from much that enthralls and degrades and distorts, turning light to darkness and good to evil, rather than to gage a philosopher or weigh a philosophy. Yet the examination I propose must lead to a decisive judgment upon both. — Henry George
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Trevor D. Richardson: We're a society of brats, fighting over the same toys. That, for me, is the We're a society of brats, fighting over the same toys. That, for me, is the closest we come to be inherently evil as a people. It leads to selfishness, inflexibility, and impatience -- among so many other traits that are ugly and harmful. We're combative, competitive, petty, and suffer from one fatal flaw that I can never get my head around. We recognize behavior in others that makes us insane, while turning right around and doing the exact thing to someone else. — Trevor D. Richardson
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Christina Lauren: You always hold out so long. I want it to feel so good you can't You always hold out so long. I want it to feel so good you can't last." "You're so evil," I hissed and she laughed, turning her head to capture my mouth in a kiss. — Christina Lauren
Good Turning Evil Sayings By Jane Austen: A submissive spirit might be patient, a strong understanding would supply resolution, but here was A submissive spirit might be patient, a strong understanding would supply resolution, but here was something more; here was that elasticity of mind, that disposition to be comforted, that power of turning readily from evil to good, and of finding employment which carried her out of herself, which was from nature alone. It was the choicest gift of Heaven; and Anne viewed her friend as one of those instances in which, by a merciful appointment, it seems designed to counterbalance almost every other want. — Jane Austen