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A Quote by C. Smith Sumner on anticipation, commitment, courage, egotism, forgiveness, happiness, life, perspective, power, responsibility, rules, satisfaction, spirit, and success

A Few Rules OF Life • Stay in Tune with the Spirit. • Take the Power. • Act with Courage. • Lean Into It. • Anticipate and Plan. • Act Successful . . . Be Successful. • See the Broad Perspective. • Take 100% Responsibility. • Seek No Ego-Satisfaction. • Keep Every Commitment. • Be Always A Gentleman. • Have The Majesty of Calmness. • Forgive, Forget and Let It Roll Off. • Radiate Happiness. • Don't Wobble.

C. Smith Sumner (1933 -)

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A Quote by Bill William Henry Cosby on bitterness, forgiveness, imagination, and people

People can be more forgiving than you can imagine. But you have to forgive yourself. Let go of what's bitter and move on.

Bill Cosby (1937 -)

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A Quote by Betty Smith on forgiveness, gifts, and value

Forgiveness is a gift of high value. Yet its cost is nothing.

Betty Smith

Source: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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A Quote by Berton Averre on dependence and forgiveness

To err is dysfunctional, to forgive co-dependent.

Berton Averre

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A Quote by Decimus Magnus Ausonius on forgiveness

Forgive many things in others; nothing in yourself.

Ausonius (c. 310 - c. 395)

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A Quote by Arthur James, Lord Balfour on forgiveness

I never forgive, but I always forget.

Arthur James Balfour (1848 - 1930)

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A Quote by Archibald Rutledge on beginning, belief, certainty, confidence, dawn, day, death, eternity, forgiveness, future, god, happiness, heart, immortality, joy, life, love, meditation, mortality, past, power, preparation, promises, spirituality, and

One dearer to me than all else in life had, for days, lain helpless, speechless. Consciousness was gone. We knew that the mortal mists were fast gathering; that the irremediable river must soon be crossed. The last morning of our watching was misty; the day emerged so wanly that we hardly knew that it had come. Suddenly the one we loved so dearly sat up in bed, a strange light on her face of a happiness past all our mortal joy. She stretched abroad her arms, crying in the radiant abandon of spiritual certainty, "The dawn! The beautiful Dawn!" Those were her dying words-glad, triumphant. And for me they hold the eternal promise of a sunrise. They glow with immortality. In every sense, our mortal dawn that day was anything but beautiful; but she saw the beginning of an immortal day. Believing in a God of infinite love and of infinite power, I find it natural to believe that death is not a disastrous sundown but rather a spiritual sunrise, ushering in the unconjectured splendors of immortality. . . . Sunrise suggests to me not only the power of God grandly to continue what He has begun but it also conveys the reassurance of the Creator's love returning to us daily, bringing joy and forgiveness; and to any reflective heart it intimates that no night is final; for, since with God all things are possible, His almighty love has, I confidently believe, prepared for us a radiant future beyond the sundown of death. And if I meditate but momentarily upon what He has done and upon what He does do, confidence in immortality is natural, reasonable, and, to my way of believing, to be counted upon as infallible as the sunrise.

Archibald Rutledge

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A Quote by Alexander Pope on divinity and forgiveness

To err is human, to forgive, divine.

Alexander Pope (1688 - 1744)

Source: An Essay on Criticism. Part ii. Line 325.

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A Quote by Albert Camus on agreement, belief, christianity, doubt, forgiveness, god, impossibility, life, listening, men, sincerity, suffering, surprises, time, and trust

I was about to tell him he was wrong to dwell on it, because it really didn't matter. But he cut me off and urged me one last time, drawing himself up to his full height and asking me if I believed in God. I said no. He sat down indignantly. He said it was impossible; all men believed in God, even those who turn their backs on him. That was his belief, and if he were ever to doubt it, his life would become meaningless. 'Do you want my life to be meaningless?' he shouted. As far as I could see, it didn't have anything to do with me, and I told him so. But from across the table he had already thrust the crucifix in my face and was screaming irrationally, 'I am a Christian. I ask Him to forgive you for sins. How can you not believe that He suffered for you?' I was struck by how sincere he seemed, but I had had enough. It was getting hotter and hotter. As always, whenever I want to get rid of someone I'm not really listening to, I made it appear as if I agreed. To my surprise, he acted triumphant. 'You see, you see!' he said. 'You do believe, don't you, and you're going to place your trust in Him, aren't you?' Obviously, I again said no. He fell back in his chair.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Alan Paton on forgiveness

When a deep injury is done us, we never recover until we forgive.

Alan Paton (1903 - 1988)

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