Rebuke

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Quotes about rebuke:

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  • "In all reprehensions, observe to express rather thy love than thy anger; and strive rather to convince than exasperate: but if the matter do require any special indignation, let it appear to be the zeal of a displeased friend, rather than the passion of a provoked enemy."

References[edit]

  • Klopsch, Louis, 1852-1910 (1896). Many Thoughts of Many Minds. 

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