Guilt Quotes, Sayings about being guilty
It has always seemed that a fear of judgement is the mark of guilt and the burden of insecurity.
– Criss Jami
Worry looks around, fear looks back, faith looks up, guilt looks down, but I look forward.
Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind.
– William Shakespeare
Saying sorry doesn’t mean there isn’t guilt and forgiving doesn’t mean the pain is gone
Only a guilty man runs.
Whoever profits by the crime is guilty of it.
Guilt is always hungry, don’t let it consume you.
Guilt is just as powerful, but its influence is positive, while shame’s is destructive. Shame erodes our courage and fuels disengagement.
– Brene Brown
He who helps the guilty, shares the crime.
– PUBLILIUS SYRUS
It is better to risk saving a guilty person than to condemn an innocent one.
It’s funny how guilty people start to question your spirituality and education only because they have nothing to say that will justify their faults.
– J.B. Albano
That instant pain of guilt when you know you have betrayed the person that just trusted his life to you.
– Monika Geidane
Guilt is oftentimes the strongest witness against itself.
– EDWARD COUNSEL
Fake coughing in front of smokers just to make them feel guilty!
I can learn to live with guilt. I don’t care about being good.
– Holly Black
For every man who lives without freedom, the rest of us must face the guilt.
– Lillian Hellman
Guilt and no guilt: these were the worst things. The only thing worse than the guilt was the fear of getting caught.
– Elin Hilderbrand
Our guilt has its uses. It justifies much in the lives of others.
– Max Frisch
Guilt is universal.
– TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
To spare the guilty is to injure the innocent.
– PUBLILIUS SYRUS
Grief is not as heavy as guilt, but it takes more away from you.
– Veronica Roth
Guilt is a rope that wears thin.
– AYN RAND
When you are guilty, it is not your sins you hate but yourself.
– Anthony de Mello
Guilt can quickly turn into regret and self- pity. The only way out is through acceptance and forgiveness.
Guilt is a destructive and ultimately pointless emotion.
– Lynn Crilly