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Harm no person, animal, plant or mineral.
Oh, there was harm indeed for a young lady flattered by the brief attentions of a handsome man.
Harm can come about without will or action. But will and action can avert harm.
- Then where is harm to be found? In your capacity to see it. Stop doing that and everything will be fine.
We cannot hurt ourselves just for the sake of it. When you hurt somebody you hurt yourself. Down the line, the ripple of it comes back to you.
Love beyond the damage.
The pains we inflict upon ourselves hurt most most of all.
I dislike the thought of damage to you.
The only person who can hurt you is Yourself.
No person or thing hurting you is worth you hurting yourself
What heart can think, or tongue express, The harm that groweth of idleness?
They can only hurt you if you let them.
I do not hurt people, they just make me do it.
It's amazing the damage we do to ourselves and others when all we're trying to do is protect ourselves from being hurt.
Do we fight? If we do, then know that in battle there is only winning and losing. Rules against hurting are for games.
All hurt is brain hurt.
Harm no other beings. They are just your brothers and sisters.
What is damage but forcing yourself, memories of yourself, onto someone else? Coloring someone else's body. In reality, it's sort of romantic. It's why we love to hurt each other.
The only people in the world who can hurt you are those you let have that ability,
I can't quite count the ways in which we hurt one another. It was the means by which we tried to help one another - me, turning her into a patient, her, turning me into a dull authority - which were as bad as, if not worse, than our actual abuses.
Thou hast not half that power to do me harm As I have to be hurt.
People don't hurt what they love.
For what is delusion but the prelude to hurt. And what is hurt but the prelude to rage.
If we harm someone else, we're inevitably also hurting ourselves. Some quality of sensitivity and awareness has to shut down for us to be able to objectify someone else, to deny them as a living, feeling being - someone who wants to be happy, just as we do.
The common moral framework: Do anything as long as it does no harm to others. Problem: Whose definition of harm?
All hurt is brain hurt. The
I do not know at first what it is that harms me. The men and things of to-day are wont to be fairer and truer in to-morrow's memory.
Before hurting others, feel the pain you will inflict on others.
Pain or damage don't end the world ...
One writes to inflict pain on those who wish to inflict pain.
Just because you're damaged doesn't mean you must damage others. You have choices. We all make them every day.
There's nothing that does so much harm as good intentions.
What can be used to heal, can also be used to hurt.
If this is neither my own badness, nor an effect of my own badness, and the common weal is not injured, why am I troubled about it? And what is the harm to the common weal?
If you think of harming someone, this is the same as actually doing it, in terms of the spiritual world, since the spiritual world is vibrational, which includes thinking.
Self-inflicted pain has a calming effect; it clears the head, diminishes one's fascination with the ego, and most important, gives one the sense of having taken some real action against the everyday foolishness of the body and of the vagrant, willful, heedless imagination.
The artful injury, whose venomed dart scarce wounds the hearing, while it stabs the heart.
Benefits bestowed upon the evil-disposed, increase their means of injuring you.
You must hurt, or be hurt.
There is no greater harm than that of time wasted.
He who welcomes anger impairs himself.
He who harbors hate harms himself.
He who entertains envy consumes himself.
He who accommodates bitterness hurts himself.
He who cherishes greed injures himself.
Men injure either from fear or hatred.
Evil person causes harm even if treated will.
We're all curious about what might hurt us.
By far the strongest poison to the human spirit is the inability to forgive oneself or another person. Forgiveness is no longer an option but a necessity for healing.
None seemed to think the injury arose from the use of a bad thing but from the abuse of a very good thing
I have done more harm by the falseness of trying to please than by the honesty of trying to hurt.
Not causing harm requires staying awake. Part of being awake is slowing down enough to notice what we say and do. The more we witness our emotional chain reactions and understand how they work, the easier it is to refrain. It becomes a way of life to stay awake, slow down, and notice.
The pain we bring to others we cannot escape ourselves.
One could only damage oneself through the harm one did to others. One could never get directly at oneself.
Those that can heal can harm; those that can cure can kill.
When people hurt it is because they feel they are going to lose something. The questions to ask is: What?
He's only harming himself who's bent upon harming another
What doesn't kill you leaves scars, ruins your lungs, dries out all your tears, leaves you lying awake at 4 in the morning
wishing you weren't alive.
You can't hurt me without my permission.
The most fundamental aggression to ourselves, the most fundamental harm we can do to ourselves, is to remain ignorant by not having the courage and the respect to look at ourselves honestly and gently.
Most harm is done by people who are awake.
A child weaned on poison considers harm a comfort.
You can hurt me ,but you can't thole the pain after hurting me.
Nothing is more damaging to you than to do something that you believe is wrong.
Hurts you. It is an everlasting pain in you, a wound that does not heal, a knife of flame.
May God our Lord never let me harm anyone when I cannot help him!
No one is ever hurt. Hurt is in the mind.
Everybody's damaged by something.
Everyone has the ability to hurt ...
It is the choice that matters
An injury to one is an injury to all.
Don't give pain to others.
I deeply regret any harm, or any perceived harm, that I may have done to anyone by any behaviour of mine.
Hurting people is my business.
I don't want to hurt you. I would die to protect you from pain.
All beings tremble before violence. All love life. All fear death. See yourself in others. Then whom can you hurt? What harm can you do?
Never do an enemy a small injury.
That's all I want- to do no harm.
We cannot protect the young from harm. Pain must and will come.
If your heart is pure, you block any harm.
Bind nothing! Let there be no difference made among you between any one thing & any other thing; for thereby there cometh hurt
When we cling to pain, we end up punishing ourselves.
To sore make bad energy, make innocent cry, Aisyx no spread pain plague.
All things which greatly hurt me greatly teach me
Caring was dangerous. Caring hurt.
They can't hurt you unless you let them.
Everything which causes us to lose our enthusiasm and self respect, is harmful; even if it means power, money or success.
Sometimes, you end up hurting the ones you love.
I don't want to say anything because I know I am unable to protect you from the harm that I see.
Whatever doesn't kill you leaves scars.
Those who hurt are hurting.
What do you do here that you could not do there?'
'I do no harm. I do no more harm.'
You can hurt someone and not even know it.
There are some cases in which the sense of injury breeds not the will to inflict injuries and climb over them as a ladder, but a hatred of all injury.
Body or mind, heart or soul, we're all human, and we're supposed to feel pain. You cut yourself off from it at your own risk.
The man who does the greatest harm is the man who does nothing at all.
I could never hurt you as bad as you try to hurt yourself,
Sometimes the greatest wounds are the ones we try the hardest not to inflict.
Ought the just to injure any one at all?
There is a time when even justice brings harm.
Not allowing people to go through their pain, and protecting them from it, may turn out to be a kind of over-protection, which in turn implies a certain lack of respect for the integrity and the intrinsic nature and the future development of the individual.
If others hurt you, let the injury go. This is your test. If you let it go, you will find serenity.
He who injures one man threatens many.
It harms a man more to wound his heart than to hurt his body.