Unforgiving People Famous Quotes & Sayings

22 Unforgiving People Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I think you're under no obligation whatsoever to forgive anything, to forget anything. You're not required to push away the years of abuse because the abuser now chooses to be sober and in his sobriety regrets his actions. And white may be small and unforgiving of me, I think people who do so at the snap of a dam finger are either liars or are in need of serious therapy. I assume you heard him out, so in my personal opinion, any debt you might owe for your existence is now paid in full. It may be fashionable to hold that terrible actions are indeed terrible, but that hte person inflicting them isn't responbile due to alcohol, drugs, DNA, or GD PMS. He damn well was responsible, and if you decided to loathe him for the rest of your life, I wouldn't blame you for it. How's that? (Cybil to Gage - she ROCKS)Nora Roberts Unforgiving People Sayings By Nora Roberts: I think you're under no obligation whatsoever to forgive anything, to forget anything. You're not
Time. So much of our human experience is bound up in time, I muse. It reflects in our everyday colloquialisms, and drives so much of our activities. Yet this obsession with the passing of the hours is a relatively modern phenomenon; an inevitable product of the Industrial Revolution, and its fixation on efficiency. A new master exported by England across the globe, so that in the developed world at least everyone has one wrist on which is clamped the new and unforgiving shackle we call a watch. In less pressurised days, men observed the ageing of the universe through the more sedate changing of the seasons. But no more. Now the hour is king, or the minute and sometimes even the second. We are all people in a rush, where speed is of the essence, and slow is often deployed as a term of abuse.John Dolan Unforgiving People Sayings By John Dolan: Time. So much of our human experience is bound up in time, I muse. It
Other people had religion to give them a connection to eternity, and good luck to them, but religion was too narrow for her, too unforgiving, too literal. Literature encompassed everything, forbade nothing, endorsed nothing. Writers, like scientists, had the greatest respect for the world as it truly was. Their job wasn't to judge but to examine, to experiment, draft after draft, century after century.Kate Grenville Unforgiving People Sayings By Kate Grenville: Other people had religion to give them a connection to eternity, and good luck to
Offer it up personally,then. Right now. I thought of how many people go to their graves unforgiven and unforgiving. I thought of how many people have had siblings or friends or children or lovers disappear from their lives before precious words of clemency or absolution could be passed along. How do the survivors of terminated relationships ever endure the pain of unfinished business? From that place of meditation, I found the answer-you can finish the business yourself, from within yourself. It's not only possible, it's essential.Elizabeth Gilbert Unforgiving People Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: Offer it up personally,then. Right now. I thought of how many people go to their
Something seems to happen to people when they meet a journalist, and what happens is exactly the opposite of what one would expect. One would think that extreme wariness and caution would be the order of the day, but in fact childish trust and impetuosity are far more common. The journalistic encounter seems to have the same regressive effect on a subject as the psychoanalytic encounter. The subject becomes a kind of child of the writer, regarding him as a permissive, all-accepting, all-forgiving mother, and expecting that the book will be written by her. Of course, the book is written by the strict, all-noticing, unforgiving father.Janet Malcolm Unforgiving People Sayings By Janet Malcolm: Something seems to happen to people when they meet a journalist, and what happens is
It takes a certain kind of mind to narrate, to work through character motivation, to be unforgiving to one's writer-self when it comes down to creating the minutiae of detail. Writing fiction requires stamina, a sense of how people's lives work, how people work toward and against one another and, above all, precision.Cate Marvin Unforgiving People Sayings By Cate Marvin: It takes a certain kind of mind to narrate, to work through character motivation, to
Growing up on the fringe, you came to accept hard truths. Nothing was fair. the world was cold, unforgiving, and people died. it was just the way things were.Julie Kagawa Unforgiving People Sayings By Julie Kagawa: Growing up on the fringe, you came to accept hard truths. Nothing was fair. the
If they cannot forgive me my foibles, then they are not such good people, no?"...

"But they do forgive your foibles. They would welcome your company, too. But if you joined them, you would not understand what they were talking about. You would not have had the experiences that bind them together. You would be an outsider, not because of any act of theirs, but because you have not passed along the road that teaches you to be one of them. You will feel like an exile from the beautiful garden, but it will be you who exiled yourself. And yet you will blame them, and call them judgmental and unforgiving, even as it is your own pain and bitter memory that condemns you, your own ignorance of virtue that makes you a stranger in the land that should have been your home.
Orson Scott Card Unforgiving People Sayings By Orson Scott Card: If they cannot forgive me my foibles, then they are not such good people, no?"..."But
I am beginning to see the fallacy in the Western world's take on dying. Too often we are taught that this one life is all there is and when it ends, that's it. Or, instead of once again returning to a loving God who welcomes us back Home with open arms, we are told that when we die we must stand in front of a stern and unforgiving deity who sits on a throne and looks at every mistake we have ever made, deciding if we are good enough to enter heaven. And, if we do make it past that stringent test, we certainly aren't able to visit our friends and family still living. No wonder so many of us are afraid of death. I also find it fascinating that most religions believe in angels or wise ascended souls who brought messages to certain people on earth (Moses and Noah, for example) thousands of years ago, but deny that such an occurrence can happen now. What, did God just decide not to talk to us anymore?Donna Visocky Unforgiving People Sayings By Donna Visocky: I am beginning to see the fallacy in the Western world's take on dying. Too
The mutual fund industry and small investors are very relentless and very unforgiving if people don't perform.Ron Chernow Unforgiving People Sayings By Ron Chernow: The mutual fund industry and small investors are very relentless and very unforgiving if people
Tranquil Ladakh, the northernmost corner of my vast country. Frontier land. So unique. Unforgiving terrain with forgiving people.Ajit Harisinghani Unforgiving People Sayings By Ajit Harisinghani: Tranquil Ladakh, the northernmost corner of my vast country. Frontier land. So unique. Unforgiving terrain
I thought of how many people go to their graves unforgiven and unforgiving. I thought of how many people have had siblings or friends or children or lovers disappear from their lives before precious words of clemency or absolution could be passed along. How do the survivors of terminated relationships ever endure the pain of unfinished business?Elizabeth Gilbert Unforgiving People Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I thought of how many people go to their graves unforgiven and unforgiving. I thought
Alaska has long been a magnet for dreamers and misfits, people who think the unsullied enormity of the Last Frontier will patch all the holes in their loves. The bush is an unforgiving place, however, that care nothing for hope or longing.Jon Krakauer Unforgiving People Sayings By Jon Krakauer: Alaska has long been a magnet for dreamers and misfits, people who think the unsullied
The English can be a very critical, unforgiving people, but criticism can be good. And this is a country that loves comedy.Bjork Unforgiving People Sayings By Bjork: The English can be a very critical, unforgiving people, but criticism can be good. And
And so I have remained, in relentless pursuit of truth and excellence, an unforgiving executioner of the bogus, an abomination to all but those few people who have overcome their aversion to truth in order to free whatever is good in them.Louise Brooks Unforgiving People Sayings By Louise Brooks: And so I have remained, in relentless pursuit of truth and excellence, an unforgiving executioner
He didn't want to leave, and yet his chest hurt because this felt like goodbye. Like a real goodbye. The kind people said when they knew they'd never resurface. The kind that happened in this brutal, unforgiving world where a man, upon realizing there was a price on his head and a red dot on his chest, would often just surrender. Perhaps out of honor, perhaps out of the realization that there was no escape, so why run? Perhaps out of relief, as if this were the closest to suicide their god would allow. Make it quick. Make it count. Ciao. Why the hell did this feel like that? ButL.A. Witt Unforgiving People Sayings By L.A. Witt: He didn't want to leave, and yet his chest hurt because this felt like goodbye.
All this time, Lev ever realized what he needed. He did not need to be adored or pitied. He needed to be forgiven. Not by God, who is all forgiving. Not by people like Marcus and Pastor Dan, who would always stand by his side. He needed to be forgiven by an unforgiving world.Neal Shusterman Unforgiving People Sayings By Neal Shusterman: All this time, Lev ever realized what he needed. He did not need to be
The Northwestern Carpathians, in which I was raised, were a hard place, as unforgiving as the people who lived there, but the Alpine landscape into which Zlee and I were sent that early winter seemed a glimpse of what the surface of the earth looked and felt and acted like when there were no maps or borders, no rifles or artillery, no men or wars to claim possession of land, and snow and rock alone parried in a match of millennial slowness so that time meant nothing, and death meant nothing, for what life there was gave in to the forces of nature surrounding and accepted its fate to play what role was handed down in the sidereal march of seasons capable of crushing in an instant what armies might--millennia later--be foolish enough to assemble on it heights.

And yet there we were, ordered to march ourselves, for God, not nature, was with us now, and God would deliver us, in this world and next, when the time came for that.
Andrew Krivak Unforgiving People Sayings By Andrew Krivak: The Northwestern Carpathians, in which I was raised, were a hard place, as unforgiving as
I still have sympathy for some of the people who've fallen from grace in Washington. The feeding frenzy can be so unforgiving, especially in this day of nonstop cable news.Andrea Mitchell Unforgiving People Sayings By Andrea Mitchell: I still have sympathy for some of the people who've fallen from grace in Washington.
To those nations and people who wish us ill, I issue a simple warning. The United States has been wounded this morning. That is a fact. This is also a fact: although wounded, we are not weakened. You may delight in the news that we've suffered a terrible loss, but do not let our misfortune provide you the sudden courage to decide that now is the time to move against us. We are a peaceful people, a peaceful nation, but our sword is out of the sheath this day, and can be swung in many directions with an unforgiving, fearful vengeance. Stand fast." No president had ever been soChuck Grossart Unforgiving People Sayings By Chuck Grossart: To those nations and people who wish us ill, I issue a simple warning. The
Women are so unforgiving of themselves. We don't recognize our own beauty because we're too busy comparing ourselves to other people.Kelly Osbourne Unforgiving People Sayings By Kelly Osbourne: Women are so unforgiving of themselves. We don't recognize our own beauty because we're too
To see justice done, men were prepared to take the law into their own hands. In the Carolinas, bands of vigilantes or Regulators crisscrossed the territory in the late 1760s, stamping out local hooligans and waging war on interlopers. This vigilante attitude was epitomized by a Scots Borders descendant from Pittsylvania County, Virginia, named Captain William Lynch. He ruled as virtual dictator of his county, punishing wrongdoers and warning lawless elements that "we will inflict such corporal punishment on him or them, as to us shall seem adequate to the crime committed or the damage sustained." "Lynch's Law," and the punishments and hangings it inflicted, also became part of American culture - an ugly part, but a legacy of a harsh world and a harsh, unforgiving people.Arthur Herman Unforgiving People Sayings By Arthur Herman: To see justice done, men were prepared to take the law into their own hands.