The 90 best indignation quotes

Outrage arises when our confidence or positive expectations are shattered by events that we perceive to be unfair. Through these experiences, we can find out who is truly honest and who becomes worthy of achieving their goals.

To better understand this feeling, we’ll review below. the best phrases about indignation, he commented.

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    The most memorable quotes about outrage

    This is a collection of indignation quotes and reflections that help to understand that feeling.

    1. When their sadness turns to outrage, they are able to make a difference. (Malcolm X)

    When we are fed up with injustices, it is time to act.

    2. Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional. (Buddha)

    In some circumstances, it’s inevitable to feel uncomfortable, but that doesn’t mean we have to get caught up in it.

    3. Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the container in which it is stored than to anything in which it is poured. (Mark Twain)

    Sometimes the first victim of outrage and anger is the one who experiences these feelings.

    4. The sharpest sword is a word spoken with anger. (Gautama Buddha)

    When we speak with anger, we may come to regret our words.

      5. For every minute you are angry, you lose sixty seconds of happiness. (Ralph Waldo Emerson

      It’s not worth being angry all the time.

      6. If you are able to tremble with indignation whenever an injustice is done in the world, we are companions, which is more important. (Che Guevara)

      Do not remain silent in the face of injustices.

      7. Without anger, nothing changes. (Pablo Hasel)

      Anger can be a great force for change.

      8. We do not allow our anger to turn into anger and it into violence. (Mario Alonso Puig)

      It is better to use violence as a creative potential.

      9. Never laugh at a child’s tears. All pains are the same. (Charles Van Lerberghe)

      Everyone’s pain must be respected.

      10. Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond who you are. (Cherie Carter Scott)

      It is better to solve things in a positive way than to make problems worse.

      11. Moral indignation is nothing but envy with halo. (George Herbert)

      A hypocritical scandal.

      12. Anger is never without a reason, but it is rarely good. (Benjamin Franklin)

      Especially when you let yourself be manipulated.

      13. To be angry is to avenge others’ mistakes on ourselves. (Alexander Pope)

      Everyone must assume their responsibilities.

      14. Moral outrage is a technique used to endow the fool with dignity. (Herbert Marshall McLuhan)

      Morality is not always right.

      15. The consequences of anger can be far more dire than the reason for it.

      This is why it is never necessary to act in the grip of anger.

      16. Angry people are not always wise. (Jane Austen)

      It is calm that resolves conflicts.

      17. Hope fills the spaces of helplessness in my heart. (Emmanuel Couperet)

      If you can’t fix a problem now, look for another way out.

      18. A man is as great as the things that make him angry. (Winston Churchill)

      Patience is the greatest of virtues.

      19. Anger is a great force. If you can control it, it can be transformed into a power that can move the whole world. (Anonymous)

      The positive impact of anger when you don’t get carried away by it.

      20. The indignant behaves as if he were a victim, without being a victim. (Bert Hellinger)

      Some people use it as a method of beheading.

      21. Moral indignation is, in most cases, two percent moral, forty-eight percent indignation, and fifty percent envy. (Vittori from Sica)

      The danger of a closed and strict morality.

      22. Helplessness, although sometimes painful, is an essential and positive part of success. (Bo Bennett)

      Helplessness leads us to know our limits and to question them.

      23. With a hug, in a few minutes, you will eliminate all the pain and anger. (Jean Gray)

      It’s when we’re going through our worst time that we need human warmth.

      24. Frustration is the first step towards anger and helplessness. (Anonymous)

      Take a moment to analyze what frustrates you and how you can overcome it.

      25. Anger, if not limited, is often more painful to us than the hurt that causes it. (Seneca)

      We have to be careful with our anger.

      26. Life is a tornado, peace is fury and more peace. (Palm trees in the snow)

      Life is full of happy and difficult times.

      27. Indignation is primarily of a moral nature. (Bert Hellinger)

      It arises when they are testing our moralizing questions.

      28. Time does not put great pains to sleep, but it puts them to sleep. (George Sand)

      Time helps us better understand our lived experiences.

      29. Do not hold on to anger, hurt, or pain. They steal your energy and keep you away from love. (Leo Buscaglia)

      It’s better to find a way to overcome them than to let them drown you.

        30. In order for indignation to remain justified, the indignant dramatizes both the injustices suffered and the consequences of guilt. (Bert Hellinger)

        When people like to put themselves in the role of the victim.

        31. I fear his just indignation; that she is a woman, and her anger burns, and with the power of the just limit they come out. (Molina Shots)

        Women and the obstacles imposed by society.

        32. A man should let go of his anger before going to bed to sleep. (Mohandas Gandhi)

        Anger is more harmful to your health than you might think.

        33. Like a bull with fiery eyes, that’s how I feel, and I’m not exaggerating when I say that only God could calm that kind of anger.

        An expression of the indignation felt.

        34. We speak with indignation or enthusiasm. (Joseph Conrad)

        Two forms of expression.

        35. The cry of the abandoned child is anger, not fear. (Robert Anton Wilson)

        All people who experience some kind of abandonment develop an incredible rage against those who have abandoned them.

        36. All the failures, frustrations and powerlessness of the past laid the foundation for the standard of living you now enjoy. (Tony Robbins)

        The important thing is to learn the lessons of these dark times.

        37. We lose the battles against our exalted tongue on almost every occasion. (Javier Marias)

        As the saying goes, “the tongue is the chastisement of the body”.

        38. The insult is powerful. Insult breeds both anger and humor, and often at the same time. (Suzanne Champs)

        It all depends on the tone of voice with which they are spoken.

        39. If your anger subsides over time, you have done wrong; if it increases, you have suffered injustices. (Nassim Taleb)

        Two ways of seeing the passage of anger.

        40. It takes a lot of desperation, dissatisfaction and disappointment to write a few good poems. (Charles Bukowski)

        Outrage can also be a great muse.

        41. Indignation and determination are two of the great emotions that lead to change. (Jim Rohn)

        Negative feelings that make you want a little better.

        42. If getting angry is bad for the soul, then they already consider mine to be dead.

        When anger consumes you.

        43. Never go to bed angry, stay up and fight. (William Congreve)

        It is better to resolve a conflict now than to let it escalate.

        44. The absence of hatred does not necessarily imply the absence of basic moral outrage. (Etty Hillesum)

        There are many ways to receive punishment.

        45. Facing indignation, the victims find it difficult to leave behind the suffering and the perpetrators the consequences of guilt. (Bert Hellinger)

        Two faces behind the indignation.

        46. ​​It is wise to direct anger at problems, not at people. Focus energies on answers, not excuses. (William Arthur Ward)

        No innocent person should pay for your anger.

        47. Pain that is not relieved by tears can cause other organs to cry. (Francis J. Braceland)

        It is best to vent and release these emotions to let them rot inside.

          48. It is not a question of bringing help to someone, but of imposing a debt of which the outraged man considers himself and feels himself to be executor. (Bert Hellinger)

          Asking for justice with your own hand doesn’t always solve things.

          49. Anger is easier to deal with than pain. (Emily Griffin)

          With time and help, everything is overcome.

          50. A man who has never made a woman angry is a failure in life. (Christophe Morley)

          An interesting sentence to think about.

          51. Holding on to anger is like grabbing a hot coal with the intention of throwing it at someone else, you are the one burning yourself. (Buddha)

          It is he who feels it, the one who is wronged in the long run.

          52. Anger always comes from frustrated expectations. (Elliot Larson)

          Even indignation can be the product of our illusions.

          53. How will you fill the void of indignation? (Philippe Roth)

          What will you do about it?

          54. What begins in anger ends in shame. (Benjamin Franklin)

          We always regret the things we do when we are angry.

          55. Real pain is that which is suffered without witnesses. (Marc Valéri Marcial)

          Silent indignation.

          56. We are free, we do not allow ourselves to be enslaved by an emotion that is nothing more than a simple pattern of learned response. (Mario Alonso Puig)

          Everyone chooses to face their problems or to let themselves be carried away by their emotions.

          57. Someday someone will say enough. Someday someone will have to say it’s over. (Pete Postlethwaite)

          No evil lasts forever.

          58. Intolerance can be defined as the indignation of men who have no opinions. (Gilbert Keith Chesterton)

          One way to describe intolerance.

          59. No one can think clearly when their fists are closed. (George Jean Nathan)

          Anger clouds our judgment.

          60. The world is not righteous, but as long as the inclination is in my direction, it seems to me that there is a limit to righteous indignation. (Scott Adams)

          Respond to injustices, but don’t let anger consume you.

          61. If you don’t want to be prone to anger, don’t nurture that habit. Don’t give him anything that can make him grow taller. (Epictet)

          Direct your anger towards something productive.

          62. I don’t want to think because I don’t want the pain of the heart to join the pain of thought. (Emili Castelar)

          The memory of a bad experience can be more painful than what has been lived.

            63. The squeaky hinge is the one that receives the oil. (Malcolm X)

            If you want better change, take action to make it happen.

            64. We should be outraged 1,000 times more. (José Luis Sampedro)

            We must demand more just things in this world.

            65. When I stop being indignant, my old age will have started. (Andre Gide)

            Indignation in the context of youth.

            66. There are pains which kill: but there are more cruel ones, those which leave us the life without ever allowing us to enjoy it. Antonie L. Apollinaire Fairy)

            Everyone has the power to overcome their pain in their hands.

            67. When you make a fist, no one can put anything in your hand, and your hand cannot pick up anything. (Alex Haley)

            No one can help you and you are not ready for help.

            68. And in me the indignation grew, I did not quite know against what, although for the most part it was against myself. (Mario Levrero)

            When we feel that we have not achieved our goals.

            69. Interestingly, we often get angry with the person who is telling us a truth that is difficult to hear or impossible to believe. (Marc Lévy)

            We tend to bother with those who want the best for us.

            70. Contempt is intimately linked to outrage, and in both cases it is about rejecting someone and completely excluding them from the community. (Malcolm Gladwell)

            When outrage is caused by discrimination.

            71. Sometimes the person you love the most is the one who makes you saddest. (Anonymous)

            A total irony.

            72. With those kind of feelings, you might even create a story.

            A positive way to redirect our indignation.

            73. In laughter there is always a kind of joy which is incompatible with contempt or indignation. (Voltaire)

            That is why it is always best to maintain a positive attitude.

            74. Those who see in every disappointment a stimulus for greater conquests, these have the right outlook on life.

            Find the bright spot in every dark moment.

            75. An angry man is always a stupid man. (Xinua Achebe)

            A man who can’t get anything productive out of it.

            76. Easy-to-delete photos and conversations, hard-to-delete memories. (Anonymous)

            Bitter memories are the most important.

            77. Anger is only useful to a certain extent. After that, it becomes rage, and rage will no longer matter to you. (Lauren Olivier)

            It’s useful when you can use it as a motivator.

            78. You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished for it. (Buddha)

            Because it will prevent you from enjoying the good things.

            79. Do not go against what is right to gain praise from others. (Lao Tse)

            A dirty victory will always be a despicable act.

            80. Life is too sad to be bitter with mutual hatred. (Gustav Meyrink)

            Stop worrying about the actions of others.

              81. Bitterness is like cancer. The host is eaten. But anger is like fire. It burns everything until it remains in ashes. (Maya Angélou)

              Reasons to avoid bitterness.

              82. Pain, when it does not become an executioner, is a great teacher. (Concepción Arenal)

              It all depends on how it is viewed.

              83. Indignation without organization is a waste of time. (Josep Maria Pou)

              It is useless to be outraged if you do not do something about it.

              84. Do not say hurtful words when you are in a bad mood, your mood will change, but you can never replace the words you have spoken.

              Misdirected words can do a lot of harm.

              85. Anger at injustice is called indignation. (Walter Riso)

              The main reason why outrages are generated.

              86. The world can do nothing against a man who sings about misery. (Ernest Saturday)

              There are those whose pain changes forever.

              87. I felt that was not fair; I was furious at the thought that it had all been too easy for some. (Blanca Miosi)

              Inequality produces justifiable indignation.

              88. Silent pain is the deadliest. (Jean-Baptiste Racine)

              It’s never a good idea to isolate yourself when you’re going through a rough patch.

              89. There are wounds which, instead of opening our skin, open our eyes. (Anonymous)

              There are difficult times that help us face reality better.

              90. If I can find the source of my anger, I can turn that negative energy into something positive. (Yoko Ono)

              The best way to deal with our anger.

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