Actions Have Consequences Quotes

Actions Have Consequences Quotes by Kenneth L. Woodward, Malcolm Bradbury, Marianne Williamson, Stephen Dobyns, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Sister Souljah and many others.

All religions remind us that actions have consequences

All religions remind us that actions have consequences for which guilt can and must be acknowledged, forgiveness humbly begged, reconciliation sought.
Kenneth L. Woodward
But you are involved in the world, and your actions have consequences for other people, and if you don’t recognize that, then that’s the supreme kind of cruelty. Everyone shares someone else’s fate to some extent.
Malcolm Bradbury
Karma means that all actions have consequences. Grace means that in a moment of atonement -taking responsibility, making amends, asking for forgiveness – all karma is burned.
Marianne Williamson
Actions have consequences. Ignorance about the nature of those actions does not free a person from responsibility for the consequences. (28)
Stephen Dobyns
A man is happy so long as he chooses to be happy and nothing can stop him.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
To be a real man or woman, you’ve got to know what you believe in. You’ve got to understand that your actions have consequences and that they are connected to everything that you are.
Sister Souljah
To take the choice of another … to forget their concrete reality, to abstract them, to forget that you are a node in a matrix, that actions have consequences. We must not take the choice of another being. What is community but a means to … for all we individuals to have … our choices.
China Mieville
The main thing history can teach us is that human actions have consequences, and that certain choices, once made, cannot be undone.
Gerda Lerner
Actions have consequences.
Morton Blackwell
Actions have consequences… first rule of life. And the second rule is this – you are the only one responsible for your own actions.
Holly Lisle
All systems of morality are based on the idea that an action has consequences that legitimize or cancel it. A mind imbued with the absurd merely judges that those consequences must be considered calmly.
Albert Camus