A Quote by Sutta Nipāta 3.710 on self, others, and harm

"As I am, so are others;
as others are, so am I."
Having thus identified self and others,
harm no one nor have them harmed.

~~Sutta Nipāta 3.710

Sutta Nipāta 3.710

Contributed by: mimi

A Quote by Mitch Albom on anger, poison, hurt, hatred, blade, and harm

Holding anger is a poison...It eats you from inside...We think that by hating someone we hurt them...But hatred is a curved blade...and the harm we do to others...we also do to ourselves.

Mitch Albom

Source: The Five People you Meet in Heaven

Contributed by: Solace Waters

A Quote by unknown on choice, harm, and bother

My choice is what I choose to do, and if I'm causing no harm, it shouldn't bother you.

Your choice is who you choose to be, and
if you're causing no harm then you're alright with me


Contributed by: Silence Dogood

A Quote by William Shakespeare on ignorance, self, harm, good, and prayers

We, ignorant of ourselves, beg often our own harms, which the wise powers deny us for our good; so find we profit by losing of our prayers.

William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616)

Contributed by: Chrissy

A Quote by Melanie "Sporty Spice" Chisholm on know who you are and harm

All I can tell you is to know who you are and if they hurt you, they can never do you harm.

Melanie Chisholm

Source: "May Your Heart" (2007) off of "This Time"

Contributed by: Kathryn

A Quote by Walter Russell on god, divinity, consciousness, love, health, healing, sickness, ill, toxic, poison, balance, body, harm, loving, universe, perfection, creation, inspiration, electricity, and iam

All of man’s ills are due to his lack of knowing God within him. The perfection of God’s universe is founded upon its perfection of Balance.
All of man’s ills are caused by toxic poisons generated in his body through unbalance affecting his power of control over the functions of his electric body.
Man, as an extension of God, is creator of his own electric body. He is master of his electric body to the extent of his knowing the Light of God in him.
... God says to man: »What I do, ye shall do«, but man is unbelieving for long ages.
(Walter Russell, The Message of the Divine Iliad, p. 129)

Walter Russell

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A Quote by unknown on wife, barn, and harm




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A Quote by Hippocrates on ethics, medicine, and harm

Primum non nocere. (First, do no harm.)

Hippocrates (c.460 - 400 BC)

Contributed by: Barry

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