quote by Al-Ghazali

If those who do not possess knowledge avoid the scholarly discussions, disagreement will end.

— Al-Ghazali

Most Powerful Disagreements quotations

Those who are right do not argue. Those who argue are not right.

Death is but a transition from this life to another existence where there is no more pain and anguish. All the bitterness and disagreements will vanish, and the only thing that lives forever is love.

The growth of knowledge depends entirely upon disagreement.

When we are debating an issue, loyalty means giving me your honest opinion, whether you think I'll like it or not. Disagreement, at this state, stimulates me. But once a decision is made, the debate ends. From that point on, loyalty means executing the decision as if it were your own.

We don't know how to live together on Earth, how the hell are we going to live together on Mars?

Emphasize reconciliation, not resolution.

It is unrealistic to expect everyone to agree about everything. Reconciliation focuses on the relationship, while resolution focuses on the problem. When we focus on reconciliation, the problem loses significance and often becomes irrelevant.

Protest is when I say I don't like this.

Resistance is when I put an end to what I don't like. Protest is when I say I refuse to go along with this anymore. Resistance is when I make sure everybody else stops going along too.

I do not agree with what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it.

I remain convinced that most human conflicts can be solved through genuine dialogue conducted with a spirit of openness and reconciliation.

In art, religion, and politics the respect must be mutual, no matter how violent the disagreement.

In every disagreement in your marriage, remember that there is not a winner and a loser. You are partners in everything, so you will either win together or lose together. Always work together to find a solution.

Honest disagreement is often a good sign of progress.

Disagreements don't cause disunity, a lack of forgiveness does.

There is superficial conflict but deep concord between science and theistic religion, but superficial concord and deep conflict between science and naturalism

If you listen to two people who are arguing about something, and they each of them have passionate faith that they're right, but they believe different things---they belong to different religions, different faiths, there is nothing they can do to settle their disagreement short of shooting each other, which is what they very often actually do.

Our predecessors understood that the ties that bind America are far stronger than disagreements over any particular policy and far more durable and profound than any party affiliation.

Like all the best families, we have our share of eccentricities, of impetuous and wayward youngsters and of family disagreements.

Like all the best families, we have our share of eccentricities, of impetuous and wayward youngsters and of family disagreements.

There have been major disagreements within the European Union.

Different roads sometimes lead to the same castle.

And they lived happily (aside from a few normal disagreements, misunderstandings, pouts, silent treatments, and unexpected calamities) ever after.

To be successful, we need everyone to think independently and work through disagreement to decide what's best.

There is nothing more likely to start disagreement among people or countries than an agreement.

Friends become wiser together through a healthy clash of viewpoints.

The beginning of thought is in disagreement -- not only with others but also with ourselves.

In disagreements with loved ones, deal only with the current situation. Don't bring up the past.

When we face problems or disagreements today, we have to arrive at solutions through dialogue. Dialogue is the only appropriate method. One-sided victory is no longer acceptable. We must work to resolve conflicts in a spirit of reconciliation and always keep in mind the interests of others.

The beginning of thought is in disagreement - not only with others but also with ourselves.

Just as war is freedom's cost, disagreement is freedom's privilege.

Always be willing to look at both sides of the argument.

Understanding the other side is the best way to strengthen your own.

A lot of people manage to find common ground and not let disagreements or tensions build up and destroy them, and other people break up or get divorced. I don't think anything is ever going to change that situation. You simply try to find an accommodation and an understanding with another person and work from there.

Diversity and independence are important because the best collective decisions are the product of disagreement and contest, not consensus or compromise.

When you voice your disagreement, begin by talking about what you have in common with the person you are arguing with. Too often we rush to judgment, race to argue, and overlook all the common ground we share.

Sometimes, in order to follow our moral compass and/or our heart, we have to make unpopular decisions or stand up for what we believe in. It can be difficult and even frightening to go against the grain, whether it's a personal disagreement with a friend, partner, or family member or a professional decision that affects coworkers and colleagues.