Quotes About Rising Above Haters

quotes about rising above haters

These are quotes about rising above haters that have crossed the barriers of time. We cannot control the behavior of others, but if it is in our hands to allow that pain to affect us or not.

We should not feed that wolf, because, in the end rancor, anger and hatred only affect us, since almost always the person for whom we feel these emotions is not aware of it. Therefore they are painful emotions for ourselves. It is important to learn to let go of them.

The worst thing about this feeling is that those people who live under hatred, and sometimes also under spite, are not able to feel at peace and tranquility. Sometimes they consider that the consequences produced in being hated generate justice, but this is a mistake, because the greatest damage is generated on itself when it experiences this feeling.

59 Quotes about rising above haters

  1. “Nobody is born with a hatred of other people because of their skin color, ethnic origin, or religion. Hate is learned. And if you can learn hate, you can learn to love. Because love is a much more natural feeling in a person’s heart than its opposite”. Nelson Mandela

2. “Hatred is the revenge of the coward that he was intimidated”. George Bernard Shaw

3. “Where love grows, life thrives – where hatred arises, doom threatens”. Mahatma Gandhi

4. “It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not”. André Gide

5. “If you mean to start, you sacrifice those who you love, you’ll end up the hate, which you have sacrificed yourself”. George Bernard Shaw

6. “The love is one-eyed, but hatred completely blind”. Berthold Auerbach

7. “Hatred is fruitful, envy is a sterile vice”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

8. “It is easy to hide hate, hard to love, most difficult to hide indifference”. Ludwig Börne

9. “I am convinced that you do not only love yourself in others but also hate yourself in others”. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

10. “I didn’t hate a man so much that I gave him his diamonds back”. Zsa Zsa Gabor

11. “Who acts as if he was bringing the people to think, to love them. Whoever really makes them think, they hate”. Aldous Huxley

12. “When I walked out of the cell through the door toward freedom, I knew I had to leave my bitterness and hate behind, or I would be trapped for life”. Nelson Mandela

13. “Hate doesn’t belong in the stadium. People should live out their emotions at home in the living room with their wives”. Berti Vogts

14. “I hate television. I hate it like peanuts. But I can’t stop eating peanuts”. Orson Welles

15. “A sex symbol is a thing and I hate being a thing”. Marilyn Monroe

16. “The evil is not to hate a few enemies, but not to love our neighbors enough”. Anton Chekhov

17. “Probably everyone who only loves what he is allowed to and hates what he should”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

18. “Those who believe in the freedom of the human will have never loved and never hated”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

19. “Where there is a lot of feeling, there is also a lot of suffering”. Leonardo da Vinci

20. “Fucking shit, you vampires, I’ll be wicked every one of you fucking bastards kills!” George Clooney

21. “Better to be hit by a hand that we don’t want to press than to be caressed by it”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

22. “The art of living consists of 90 percent of the ability to get along with people you dislike”. Samuel Goldwyn

23. “No one should be a threat say that he does not hold the can. That makes you weak”. Dr.Gregory House

24. “The enemy of my enemy is my friend”. Arabic proverb

25. “And should I have forgotten to insult someone, then I beg your pardon”! Johannes Brahms

26. “This shit stays between me, you and Mr.-who-will-spend-the-rest-of-his-short-shit-life-in-excruciating-pain-rapist”. Marcellus Wallace

27. “One can anyone attack that not even the target does”. Henry Meyer-Brockmann

28. “We’re going to have a Christmas present together, Peg! I buy a gun and you get the bullet”! Al Bundy

29. “Indifference is the mildest form of intolerance”. Karl Jaspers

30. “If you see who some women marry, you know how much they hate to make a living themselves”. Helen Rowland

31. “I don’t like philosophers who split hair on strange heads. And with an ax”. Stanislaw Jerzy Lec

32. “My language is always simple, narrow, and flat. If you want to slaughter an ox, you just hit him in the head”. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

33. “The people you never disagree with are either the ones you love the most of the ones you disregard the least”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

34. “The people had the habit to look at me as if I were a kind of mirror and not a person. They didn’t see me, they saw their own lustful thoughts and then they played the innocent themselves by calling me lustful”. Marilyn Monroe

35. “I may condemn what you say, but I will use my life to let you say it”. Evelyn Beatrice Hall

36. “In the youth learns in age understands it”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

37. “A genius doesn’t make mistakes. His mistakes are gates to new discoveries”. James Joyce

38. “Only those who love people will understand them. If you despise him, don’t even see him”. Christian Morgenstern

39. “Friendship of two women: mostly only the conspiracy against a third”! Unknown

40. “Anyone can get angry, that’s easy. But being angry with the right person, in the right measure, at the right time, for the right purpose and in the right way, is difficult”. Aristotle

41. “Real friends show up when you ‘re involved in a scandal”. Elizabeth Taylor

42. “Mindless you can not inspire, but fanaticism can they”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

43. “You don’t get very far in friendship if you are not ready to forgive small mistakes”. Jean de la Bruyère

44. “A Peaceful is one that is shoot fails to prove that the other an aggressor has been”. Ludwig Marcuse

45. “We are not yet an endangered species, but it is not that we have not tried to become one often enough”. Douglas Adams

46. “Being laughed at by the bad is almost praise”. Erasmus of Rotterdam

47. “You cannot change a handshake with a clenched fist”. Indira Gandhi

48.“An eye for an eye – and the whole world will be blind”. Mahatma Gandhi

49. “Who much promise forgets a lot”. Thomas Fuller

50. “A true friend adds more to our happiness than a thousand enemies contribute to our misfortune”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

51. “Very little evil would be done on earth if evil could never be done in the name of good”. Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

52. “I never had a dislike against Bond, as some thought. You need some skill to create a character like this. It is natural that you look for other roles”. Sean Connery

53. “Why seek hell in the hereafter? It already exists in this world, in the heart of the bad guys”. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

54. “A people, the children, and animals do not suffer can are not be trusted”. Carl Hilty

55. “Each film has its own style. I approach the film and get what comes out of it instead of a constant style that you can find in every film”. Clint Eastwood

56. “There is no more pleasant business than following an enemy’s funeral”. Heinrich Heine

57. “You do n’t know anything about a woman until you meet her in court”. Norman Mailer

58. “Peg, if we were in hell, you would sit on the throne and the devils would pack”! Al Bundy

59. “Envy is the annoyance at the lack of opportunity to be malicious”. Unknown

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