Best 168 of Right and wrong quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Andreas Laurencius

Right or wrong is nonexistent in the eye of the universe. It doesn't matter who is right or who is wrong because the universe never cares for both. The universe lets both happen and the universe lets both end. A natural disaster claims all lives. Life and resources is the one that matters. No matter who you are or what you are, you must never harm life and you must never spend resources. These are what matters. I don't know about the afterlife. I don't know whether the afterlife exists, but in this existence, these are what matters.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Brandon Sanderson

Something is either right or it’s wrong,” Dalinar said, feeling stubborn. “The Almighty doesn't come into it.” “God,” Navani said flatly, “doesn't come into whether his commands are right or wrong.” “Er. Yes.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Paul Arden

So: it's wrong to be right, because people who are right are rooted in the past, right-minded, dull and smug.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Criss Jami

There are some who never try, get left behind, forever dying, they just sit it by on the sidelines while they criticize, hide and scrutinize; but then there are others who are tough enough, who stand to risk their wrongs, flying high, as they rise up in this life and thus, fight right through the lies.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Deon Potgieter

People are entitled to different opinions and views. Just because somebody doesn't agree with you doesn't mean they're wrong. Within the context of their reality they feel just as right, as you do within the context of your reality. Appreciate and respect that and perhaps in time you'll find even ground.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Suzy Kassem

YOU ARE JUST You are not just for the right or left, but for what is right over the wrong. You are not just rich or poor, but always wealthy in the mind and heart. You are not perfect, but flawed. You are flawed, but you are just. You may just be conscious human, but you are also a magnificent reflection of God.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Conscience is not a dead constant, it is a living, breathing, ever-evolving force of progress – a force of upliftment.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Steinbeck

Before I knowed it, I was saying out loud, 'The hell with it! There ain't no sin and there ain't no virtue. There's just stuff people do. It's all part of the same thing. And some of the things folks do is nice, and some ain't nice, but that's as far as any man got a right to say.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Barbara Else

I'm too old to figure out the rights and wrongs of everything.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Nikki Sex

There are two sides to every story, as if that explains and justifies everything! You know what I say when someone tells me that? I say well of course there are two sides to every story, and one side is WRONG!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Stephen Chbosky

Maybe this is the way things are supposed to be but it doesn't feel right

By Anonym 19 Sep

John Howard Griffin

We've reached a poor state when people are afraid that doing the decent and right thing is going to help the communist conspiracy.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Billy Graham

Truly, the world is in need of moral leadership . . .that teaches the difference between right and wrong and teaches us to forgive one another even as we are forgiven by our Father in heaven.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Trina M. Lee

Walking in darkness didn't mean having to become one with it, did it? Could we not live with our inner natures without embracing the true evil we all are privy to? Humans are no less evil than the worst of vampires at times. Surely right and wrong couldn't be so perfectly cut and dried.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Criss Jami

The foundation of morality on the human sentiments of what is acceptable behavior versus repulsive behavior has always made morals susceptible to change. Much of what was repulsive 100 years ago is normal today, and - although it may be a slippery slope - what is repulsive today is possible to be normal 100 years into tomorrow; the human standard has always been but to push the envelope. In this way, all generations are linked, and one can only hope that every extremist, self-proclaimed progressive is considering this ultimate 'Utopia' to which his kindness will lead at the end of the chain.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Dave Webb

True freedom gives a man not only the right to make a right choice, but also the freedom to make a wrong choice. ~ Norman Ramsey, 1954

By Anonym 18 Sep

Suzy Kassem

Stand up for what is right against the wrong.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Unarine Ramaru

Standing up for whats wrong, is like intentional standing in line to be executed.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Edwin A. Abbott

All faults or defects, from the slightest misconduct to the most flagitious crime, Pantocyclus attributed to some deviation from perfect Regularity in the bodily figure, caused perhaps (if not congenital) by some collision in a crowd; by neglect to take exercise, or by taking too much of it; or even by a sudden change of temperature, resulting in a shrinkage or expansion in some too susceptible part of the frame. Therefore, concluded that illustrious Philosopher, neither good conduct nor bad conduct is a fit subject, in any sober estimation, for either praise or blame. For why should you praise, for example, the integrity of a Square who faithfully defends the interests of his client, when you ought in reality rather to admire the exact precision of his right angles? Or again, why blame a lying, thievish Isosceles when you ought rather to deplore the incurable inequality of his sides? Theoretically, this doctrine is unquestionable; but it has practical drawbacks. In dealing with an Isosceles, if a rascal pleads that he cannot help stealing because of his unevenness, you reply that for that very reason, because he cannot help being a nuisance to his neighbours, you, the Magistrate, cannot help sentencing him to be consumed - and there's an end of the matter. But in little domestic difficulties, where the penalty of consumption, or death, is out of the question, this theory of Configuration sometimes comes in awkwardly; and I must confess that occasionally when one of my own Hexagonal Grandsons pleads as an excuse for his disobedience that a sudden change of the temperature has been too much for his perimeter, and that I ought to lay the blame not on him but on his Configuration, which can only be strengthened by abundance of the choicest sweetmeats, I neither see my way logically to reject, nor practically to accept, his conclusions. For my own part, I find it best to assume that a good sound scolding or castigation has some latent and strengthening influence on my Grandson's Configuration; though I own that I have no grounds for thinking so. At all events I am not alone in my way of extricating myself from this dilemma; for I find that many of the highest Circles, sitting as Judges in law courts, use praise and blame towards Regular and Irregular Figures; and in their homes I know by experience that, when scolding their children, they speak about "right" or "wrong" as vehemently and passionately as if they believed that these names represented real existences, and that a human Figure is really capable of choosing between them.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tamara Stamenkovic

Volimo na prave nacine, ali pruzamo to pogresnim ljudima.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rosamund Hodge

I think sometimes there is no right thing.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Owen Wister

Many an act that man does is right or wrong according to the time and place which form, so to speak, its context; strip it of its surrounding circumstances, and you tear away its meaning. Gentlemen reformers, beware of this common practice of yours! Beware of calling an act evil on Tuesday because that same act was evil on Monday!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Dennis Prager

Another problem with the view that you don’t need God to believe that murder is wrong is that a lot of people haven’t shared your view. And you don’t have to go back very far in history to prove this. In the twentieth century millions of people in Communist societies and under Nazism killed about one hundred million people—and that doesn’t count a single soldier killed in war. So, don’t get too confident about people’s ability to figure out right from wrong without a Higher Authority.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Luke Lively

Putting some 'gray in play,' as Chad referred to it, always helped. HE said the act of rationalizing the pros and cons helped to cloud the issues enough to avoid a moral quandary. It allowed us to believe the ends justified the means. Seeing gray helped to remove the black-and-white, right and wrong ethical choices.. . Had I become so jaded in my life that I had actually forgotten the difference between right and wrong? Or had I simply tried to ignore the difference so I could sleep at least two or three hours a night?

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Stack Iv

Being right, and being happy, are not always the same thing. How many times do we find ourselves right, and very upset about it?... just as many times as we find ourselves wrong, and very happy about that.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Doing right gets results, doing wrong gets consequences.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

One of the greatest ever statement that can keep you at peace with others is that "I am right, but I may be wrong"! Yes, we know you are right but you may be wrong!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Orhan Pamuk

It’s not enough to be oppressed, you must also be in the right. Most oppressed people are in the wrong to an almost ridiculous degree. What shall I believe in?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Linda Bender

It is my understanding from an intuitive relationship with animals that it is complete folly to try to figure out what is right or wrong for humans by observing what other animals are doing. Observe any animal and you will quickly figure out that a hawk does not try to hunt like an eagle. The wolf does not try to be a lion.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ufuoma Apoki

Right or Wrong, most times, merely depends on perspective. It takes humility (not necessarily logic) to let go of our egos to see through the other person's eyes. But I guess even I, myself, can't let go to see why you'd object.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Suzy Kassem

Someone once said to me, 'There are so many religions in the world. They can't all be right.' And my reply was, 'Well, they can't all be wrong either.' All religions in the world today share more commonalities than differences, yet language blinds many from seeing these truths. Some people will tell me that what I write about is straight from their holy book, but the truth is that the main principles found in all holy books were already engraved in all our hearts. If you think common sense, the golden rule and knowing right from wrong are exclusive only to your faith, then you need to open yourself up to the rest of the world's religions.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Albert Payson Terhune

At first I was for taking him back to you, myself. But my wife doesn't want me to. So, as usual, we've compromised by doing what she wants. She wants him to stay right here. Next time, his crazy luck might land him in dog heaven instead of here at Sunnybank. She says she'd rather have a live chum than a dead champion. Maybe she's right. I find she's apt to be.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Tarun Sharma

Nothing is right or wrong. It's all an interpretation of which lens we are looking through.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ker Dukey

I do know the difference between right and wrong, but I just like the way wrong feels. It's an impulse, an urge more intense than anything else.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Bohdi Sanders

You can't do wrong right, but you can do right wrong.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Shakieb Orgunwall

Even when we're right, we may be wrong. If--in the process of debate--we've hurt the heart of another being, it matters not whether we issued a perfectly executed unbroken chain of logic. In the end, that's an argument we've lost, because whatever we might have gained in intellectual pride, we surely lost in character.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Farah Ezzatie

When you have the right, doesn't mean that you are right.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Katie Cross

Why are you helping me?” Maximillion blinked, drawing in a deep breath. He let it out. “Because it’s the right thing to do. There, your question is answered.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Suzy Kassem

Stand up for what is fair against the unfair.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Suzy Kassem

To know the good from the bad, study a man or woman's history of actions, not their record of intentions.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ovadya Ben Malka

The fact that good people can be forced to do wrong doesn’t make them less good. But it also doesn’t make the wrong less wrong.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tapan Ghosh

What's right and what's wrong can only be judged by the alternate truth because the real truth is not judgmental.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Glenn C. Stewart

Values are the guiding principles that help you determine what is right or wrong.

By Anonym 17 Sep

G. K. Chesterton

Naturally, therefore, these people talk about 'a happy time coming'; 'the paradise of the future'; 'mankind freed from the bondage of vice and the bondage of virtue', and so on. And so also the men of the inner circle speak — the sacred priesthood. They also speak to applauding crowds of the happiness of the future, and of mankind freed at last. But in their mouths" — and the policeman lowered his voice — "in their mouths these happy phrases have a horrible meaning. They are under no illusions; they are too intellectual to think that man upon this earth can ever be quite free of original sin and the struggle. And they mean death. When they say that mankind shall be free at last, they mean that mankind shall commit suicide. When they talk of a paradise without right or wrong, they mean the grave. They have but two objects, to destroy first humanity and then themselves. That is why they throw bombs instead of firing pistols. The innocent rank and file are disappointed because the bomb has not killed the king; but the high-priesthood are happy because it has killed somebody.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dean Koontz

If we rely upon the tao with which we're born, we always know what is the right thing to do in any situation, the good thing not for our bank accounts or for ourselves, but for our souls. We are tempted from the tao by self-interest, by base emotions and passions.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Owen Wister

Every good man in this world has convictions about right and wrong. They are his soul's riches, his spiritual gold. When his conduct is at variance with these, he knows that it is a departure, a falling; and this is a simple and clear matter. If falling were all that ever happened to a good man, all his days would be a simple matter of striving and repentance. But it is not all. There come to him certain junctures, crises, when life, like a highwayman, springs upon him, demanding that he stand and deliver his convictions in the name of some righteous cause, bidding him do evil that good may come.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jay Woodman

We are all 'right' if we are being truly ourselves.... that is the best we can be in each moment, until we learn more...

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jen Wang

If you think you’re good people, and if you are, how would you know? Is it something you always knew? Or was it something you found? Some people are naturally good at it […]. Is it worth trying to be something you’re not? Just because it’s right?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Andreas Laurencius

I, on the other hand, am very concerned about how word choice will affect my readers. For instance, in the description of Genesis, I chose the term 'good and evil' instead of 'right and wrong', which are basically two same terms. I wanted to use 'right and wrong' because it definitely will ignite more controversies than 'good and evil', but I chose to use the latter because I was afraid of the social influence that can come from reading my book, and although there is no adult material at all in the book, I could risk getting my book banned.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Socrates

You are wrong sir, if you think that a man who is any good at all should take into account the risk of life or death; he should look to this only in his actions, whether what he does is right or wrong.