We are to love our enemies that they might be returned to their right minds.— Marianne Williamson
Unique Exacting Revenge quotations
Wit as an instrument of revenge is as infamous as art is as a means of sensual titillation.
I don't have the feeling of being motivated by anger, revenge or frustration.
The best revenge is to live on and prove yourself.
Evil is always devising more corrosive misery through man's restless need to exact revenge out of his hate.
Most wars are not fought over shortages of resources such as food and water, but rather over conquest, revenge, and ideology.
The weapon of suicide bombing is so desperate that you aren't even left with the possibility of taking revenge or punishing anyone; the terrorist is killed along with his victims, his blood mixing with theirs
People don't remember. Revenge is sweet.
Anger ventilated often hurries towards forgiveness; anger concealed often hardens into revenge.
I'm not one to take revenge. If someone does something wrong to me I leave it in the hands of the universe to take care of that person.
Our trouble is that we drink too much tea.
I see in this the slow revenge of the Orient, which has diverted the Yellow River down our throats.
Revenge is a particularly interesting concept, especially the notion of whether or not it exists outside of just an abstract idea.
Revenge is barren of itself: it is the dreadful food it feeds on;
its delight is murder, and its end is despair.
Expelled from individual consciousness by the rush of change, history finds its revenge by stamping the collective unconsciousness with habits and values.
Getting revenge on a guy is just not worth it to me.
I mean, it definitely sucks at the time, but obviously you're not supposed to be with that person.
His victims were for the most part financial institutions who exact their revenge in courtrooms.
Oddly enough, I think that everybody can relate to revenge, on some level.
Everyone has wanted to exact it, at some point, and everybody has tampered with the idea, even if they didn't actually go through with it.
I don't think, generally speaking, people become writers because they were the really good, really cool, attractive kid in class. I'll be honest. This is our revenge for people who were much better looking and more popular than us. I was a bit like that, I suppose.
It is exactly the fear of revenge that motivates the deepest crimes, from the killing of the enemy's children lest they grow up to play their own part, to the erasure of the enemy's graveyards and holy places so that his hated name can be forgotten.
The idea of revenge coming from a 14-year-old girl isn't, you know, exactly right.
Simply coming to the perpetrator and delivering the message is Nozick's definition of revenge. And in that sense, Adi is exacting revenge. When people ask, "Does Adi want revenge?" - they mean violent revenge. But in Nozick's formulation, it is revenge. That is the essence of revenge.
You must understand that if you indulge in revenge exclusively, it will come back to you, because those who are revenged upon - even if the whole world believes they deserve it - will in some way express exactly what was expressed towards them. Why perpetuate suffering, no matter how justified it may seem to be, if it only perpetuates suffering in the future for future generations?
Our knowledge will take its revenge on us, just as ignorance exacted its revenge during the Middle Ages.
A violin is the revenge exacted by the intestines of a dead cat.
I forget nothing and then, one day, there will be revenge.
Innocence isn't exactly everywhere. But I will say innocence also takes you far in photography.
I think everyone makes a mistake at least once in their life.
The important thing is what you learn from it. That's why I have problems with our Pashtunwali code. We are supposed to take revenge for wrongs done to us, but where does that end? If a man in one family is killed or hurt by another man, revenge must be exacted to restore nang (honor).
Fate, at first so amenable, so reasonable, so open to negotiation, ends up by exacting a cruel revenge for happiness.