Quotes: injured

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  • Herodotus
    Herodotus
    Greek historian 484-425 BC
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    A man calumniated is doubly injured - first by him who utters the calumny, and then by him who believes it.
  • Gilbert K. Chesterton
    Gilbert K. Chesterton
    English writer 1874-1936
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    A stiff apology is a second insult. The injured party does not want to be compensated because he has been wronged; he wants to be healed because he has been hurt.
  • Richard Nixon
    Richard Nixon
    American president 1913-1994
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    For its part, Government will listen. We will strive to listen in new ways - to the voices of quiet anguish, to voices that speak without words, the voices of the heart, to the injured voices, and the anxious voices, and the voices that have despaired of being heard.
  • Ben Jonson
    Ben Jonson
    British Dramatist, Poet 1573-1637
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    He threatens many that hath injured one.
  • Ovid
    Ovid
    Roman poet 43 BC - 17 AD
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    I am above being injured by fortune, though she steals away much, more will remain with me. The blessing I now enjoy transcend fear.
  • Vauvenargues
    Vauvenargues
    French philosopher 1715-1747
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    Men sometimes feel injured by praise because it assigns a limit to their merit; few people are modest enough not to take offense that one appreciates them.
  • Jane Porter
    Jane Porter
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    The best manner of avenging ourselves is by not resembling him who has injured us.
  • Maxwell Maltz
    Maxwell Maltz
    American surgeon and author 1899-1975
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    We are injured and hurt emotionally, Not so much by other people or what they say and don't say, But by our own attitude and our own response.
  • Edgar A. Guest
    Edgar A. Guest
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    You ought to be true for the sake of the folks who think you are true. You never should stoop to a deed that your folks think you would not do. If you are false to yourself, be the blemish but small, you have injured your folks; you have been false to them all.
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