Right wrongs no man. [ Proverb ]
Time wrongs antiquity. [ Proverb ]
Write thy wrongs in ashes. [ Sir T. Browne ]
I live for those who love me.
For those who know me true,
For the heavens that bend above me.
And await my spirit too;
For the cause that needs assistance.
For the wrongs that lack resistance,
For the future in the distance.
And the good that I can do. [ Thomas Guthrie ]
Wrongs unredressed, or Insults unavenged. [ Wordsworth ]
He that wrongs his friend
Wrongs himself more, and ever bears about
A silent court of justice in his breast,
Himself the judge and jury, and himself
The prisoner at the bar, ever condemned. [ Alfred Tennyson ]
Rage is for little wrongs; despair is dumb. [ Hannah More ]
In this bad, twisted, topsy-turvy world.
Where all the heaviest wrongs get uppermost. [ E. B. Browning ]
The wrongs of a husband or master are not reproached. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]
Long is the story of her wrongs, tedious the details. [ Virgil ]
He wrongs not an old man who steals his supper from him. [ Proverb ]
Little wrongs done to others are great wrongs done to ourselves. [ Proverb ]
It is more wisdom sometimes to dissemble wrongs, than to revenge them. [ Proverb ]
Contempt for private wrongs was one of the features of ancient morals. [ Joubert ]
Ten Things To Do.
Do good to all.
Speak evil of none.
Hear and know the facts before judging.
Think before speaking.
Hold an angry tongue.
Be kind to the distressed.
Ask pardon for all wrongs.
Be patient toward everybody.
Stop the ears to a tale-bearer.
Disbelieve most of the ill reports concerning friends, neighbors, and people in general.
Wrongs do not leave off there where they begin, but still beget new mischiefs in their course. [ Daniel ]
We may neglect the wrongs which we receive, but be careful to rectify those which we are the cause of to others. [ Dewey ]
The Stomach is a slave that must accept everything that is given to it, but which avenges wrongs as slyly as the slave does. [ E. Souvestre ]
There is a spirit of resistance implanted by the Deity in the breast of man, proportioned to the size of the wrongs he is destined to endure. [ C. J. Fox ]
Though with their high wrongs I am struck to the quick, yet, with my nobler reason, against my fury do I take part; the rarer action is in virtue than in vengeance. [ William Shakespeare ]
Be not cast down. If ye saw Him who is standing on the shore, holding out His arms to welcome you to land, ye would wade, not only through a sea of wrongs, but through hell itself to be with Him. [ Rutherford ]