Enemy Quotes and Sayings - Page 4
Love your enemies and hate your friends; enemies stay loyal, but friends always change.
I wish all my enemies a biggest happiness. So they will not have time to think about me and stabbing my back.
Never hate your enemies. It affects your judgment.
– Mario Puzo
The Only Person Who Knows You Best Is Your Enemy.
The noblest revenge is to forgive.
You have enemies that’s right. Most of them strain the leash to bring you down by attacking you with your weaknesses. Majority of them think that they have won but after a short chunk of time you move way ahead of them since what they focused much was to bring you down bit on the other hand you strived to get up and move ahead and focused solely on your very own life. This is what I have come to learn;
“That the favor of God will make those who hate you bow to you one day”.
The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.
– J.K. Rowling
Even our enemies can speak in wisdom; maybe it’s time we listen.
The more you progress in life, the more are your enemies.
I don’t make enemies. I just have haters.
Knowing your enemy among your friends is through directly looking in their eyes cause for sure they can’t stand the torment of your stare!
Love those who hate you so that they learn to love you.
Love your enemy but keep your gun oiled.
Forgive your enemy. Meet them when you are about to enter heaven.
Enemies are always on the contrary of your conditions.
The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
God please protect me from my friends, I can handle my enemies.
The man of knowledge must be able not only to love his enemies but also to hate his friends.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
If you’re not making enemies, you are either doing something wrong or you are not doing anything at all.
Life is never so bad where it can’t get any worse.
I have loved you, but it doesn’t mean you can’t be my enemy.
Rivals are not your enemies; for they are the people who tend to seek to surpass each other – helping each others by trying their best.
You need enemies, because they keep you sharp.
Sometimes you’ll have to become the enemy to win.
Enemies inspire you to look up while you face challenges.