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It is often easier to ask for forgiveness than to ask for permission.
If it's not forbidden, then it's allowed
The Creed of the Assassin Brotherhood teaches us that nothing is forbidden to us. Once, I thought that meant we were free to do as we would. To pursue our ideals, no matter the cost. I understand now. Not a grant of permission. The Creed is a warning.
You haven't yet given me the right to obey you when you say: 'I want to.
Ask for Forgiveness, Not Permission
We must never exercise our rights either wickedly or thoughtlessly; we can continue to preserve them in but one possible way, by making the proper use of them.
It's better to ask forgiveness than permission.
A right is a responsibility in reverse.
Do I need permission to breathe, Sir?
Everything must be free to be written and published without restraint
[I]t is easier to ask forgiveness than to obtain permission.
Somehow I evolved into a person who ceased to ask permission.
Being me has its privledges.
Rights are not easy to obtain, and once we understand this, we must work attentively and persistently - and never become careless or lazy.
Our privileges are not for our pleasure but rather for our purpose.
No one has to give you permission to make music or make art.
If, before undertaking some action, you must obtain the permission of society-you are not free, whether such permission is granted to you or not. Only a slave acts on permission. A permission is not a right.
Permission Marketing is just like dating. It turns strangers into friends and friends into lifetime customers. Many of the rules of dating apply, and so do many of the benefits.
A right is not what someone gives you; it's what no one can take from you
-- Ramsey Clark
I don't need your permission to search your locker. The headmaster's tone drew my attention back in his direction. This, I inferred from the rise in volume, was supposed to be the voice of authority. If you didn't need my permission, I thought, then why did you ask for it?
I enjoy my rights, but I revel in my privileges.
The true source of rights is duty.
Besides, isn't it more exciting when you don't have permission?
Whatever is not forbidden is permitted.
In America, we have bible-reading applications: every single one of those applications asks permission to turn on your microphone, your camera; it wants permission to read your e-mails and the right to send e-mails wherever it chooses.
Each of us would like the ability to do what we want to do, when we want to do it, without incurring the moral approbation of others. We, however, tend to conveniently forget this also gives others the right to do whatever they want.
I have the only right. I'll hurt anyone who touches what's mine.
All of which is to say: You do not need a permission slip from the principal's office to live a creative life. Or if you do worry that you need a permission slip - THERE, I just gave it to you. I
What's right? If you want something, you have the right to take it. If you want to do something, you have the right to do it.
There is no privilege in restriction. In other words, I disagree with people who say restriction makes you more creative. I think that's a misleading slogan. I might have been more creative without them than with them.
Forgiveness is usually easier than permission.
The right to use a thing comprehends a right to the means necessary to its use, and without which it would be useless.
Rights are considered to have their source not in nature, but in law.
Sometimes it's better not to ask-or to listen-when tell you something can't be done. I didn't ask for permission or approval. I just went ahead and did it.
The right to do something does not mean that doing it is right.
It's easier to apologize than ask for permission.
You are Englishmen; mind your privileges, give not away your right.
Grant others the same rights as you claim for yourself.
Don't seek permission from others, be yourself, live your life.
I am grateful that I have rights in the proverbial public square
but, as a practical matter, my most cherished rights are those that I possess in my bedroom and hospital room and death chamber.
You don't have permission to disrespect yourself.
You have wings and courage and a brain. Do not annoy me by asking permission." Lily 500 in The Bees
That which is not forbidden, is not on that account permitted.
It's easier to ask for forgiveness than it is to get permission.
It is better to ask for an apology than to ask for permission.
Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
Privacy, after all, was the most relative of privileges. It was granted us by society under ungenerous conditions, the most fundamental of them that whether for pain or profit, by design or accident, we not call public attention to ourselves.
Between asking permission and begging forgiveness, I lean toward the latter.
Never exceed your rights, and they will soon become unlimited.
One of the grandest things in having rights is, that though they are your rights you may give them up
It is important to remember that when it comes to law, computers
never make copies, only human beings make copies. Computers are given
commands, not permission. Only people can be given permission.
them that you be allowed to take the rest of the
Whenever you write for someone else, you're always aware - sometimes overtly, other times at an almost cellular, subliminal level - of the rules about what you can and can't do.
Right isn't always legal.
People have a copyright on their own life.
Don't ask permission. If it does not work, you can apologize later.
Rights are not gifts from one man to another, nor from one class of men to another. It is impossible to discover any origin of rights otherwise than in the origin of man; it consequently follows that rights appertain to man in right of his existence, and must therefore be equal to every man.
Man's most sacred privilege is freedom of will, the ability to obey or disobey his Maker.
Only God is capable of telling us what our rights and needs are. You have to surrender that right to Him.
It's not a question of who will allow me to do it, it's a question of who will stop me.
Access to information and freedom of access to it may seem like a fundamental right but there are many people who think, rightly or wrongly, it is for your own good that it is hidden.
The world doesn't exist because you gave it permission.
I have the right of education. I have the right to play. I have the right to sing. I have the right to talk. I have the right to go to market. I have the right to speak up.
Every man has a certain sphere of discretion which he has a right to expect shall not be infringed by his neighbours. This right flows from the very nature of man.
Privilege (to the privileged) means having private laws.
PRIVACY IS THEFT
I want people to have permission to know me, not unlimited constant access to me.
It's easier to ask forgiveness than to beg for permission.
[You have Rights] antecedent to all earthly governments: Rights, that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; Rights, derived from the Great Legislator of the universe.
The freedom of poetic license.
There is but one honest limit to the rights of a sentient being; it is where they touch the rights of another sentient being.
You don't have to ask permission to take responsibility.
Privacy is a privilege not granted to the aged or the young.
Grant what thou commandest and then command what thou wilt.
The real or supposed rights of man are of two kinds, active and passive; the right in certain cases to do as we list; and the right we possess to the forbearance or assistance of other men.
No one has the right to force you to violate your own privacy.
Freedom cannot be granted. It must be taken.
'Rights' are granted; 'duties' are enforced. To speak of rights and duties is to think in terms of authority.
All business begins with the public permission and exists by public approval
Rights are liable to be perverted to wrongs when we are incapable of rightly exercising them.
The right to do something doesn't mean it's the right thing to do.
These our great natural rights we keep to ourselves; we will not have them tampered with; respecting them we give to you no commission whatsoever.
The rights we have as free individuals is the right to choose as we please.
Any moral philosophy is exceedingly rare. This of Menu addresses our privacy more than most. It is a more private and familiar, and at the same time, a more public and universal word, than is spoken in parlor or pulpit nowadays.
What you permit becomes your weapon
To some people everything is permitted.
It used to be the boast of free men that, so long as they kept within the bounds of the known law, there was no need to ask anybody's permission or to obey anybody's orders. It is doubtful whether any of us can make this claim today.
Personal liberty is not personal license.
The most natural privilege of man, next to the right of acting for himself, is that of combining his exertions with those of his fellow-creatures, and of acting in common with them.
the free rights of men to destroy themselves through ignorance.
Freedom does not mean license.
The right to privacy has both positive and negative connotations for those who consider themselves part of the natural law tradition.
If you don't like a book, you can close it. But you have no right to say I can't open it.
My God, there are times when the sexiest thing a woman can give a man is permission.
Requesting permission from someone to be honest is really a way of accusing the other person of being so demanding or overbearing that you couldn't be honest all along.
Use id not a right, Queen Meira --it is a privilege.
The granted for taken.
You've got rights. Lots of rights. Sometimes I count them just to make myself feel crazy.
You cannot have the right to do what is wrong!
Never claim as a right what you can ask as a favor.