Guilt Quote: He who flees from trial confesses his guilt - Syrus

50 Profound Quotes about Guilt

If anyone has a conscience,
it’s generally a guilty one.

Max Frisch

(1911 – 1991, Swiss playwright and novelist)

Guilt Quote: Innocence does not find near so much protection as guilt - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

A guilty conscience
needs to confess.
A work of art is a confession.

Albert Camus

(1913 – 1960, French philosopher,
author, and journalist)

I don’t believe
in collective guilt,
but I do believe
in collective responsibility.

Audrey Hepburn

(1929 – 1993, British actress, model,
dancer and humanitarian)

Rape is the only crime
in which the victim
becomes the accused.

Freda Adler

(*1934, American criminologist and educator)

When one person
makes an accusation,
check to be sure
he himself is not
the guilty one.
Sometimes it is those
whose case is weak
who make the most clamour.

Piers Anthony

(*1934, English-American author)

To have the truth
in your possession
you can be found guilty,
sentenced to death.

Peter Tosh

(1944 – 1987, Jamaican reggae musician)

Guilt is anger
directed at ourselves
– at what we did
or did not do.
Resentment is anger
directed at others
– at what they did
or did not do.

Peter McWilliams

(1949 – 2000, American self-help author)

If you commit a crime,
you’re guilty.

Rush Limbaugh

(*1951, American entertainer, writer,
and political commentator)

To admit guilt
for non-existent crimes
is unacceptable to me.

Mikhail Khodorkovsky

(*1963, exiled Russian businessman,
philanthropist and former oligarch,
now resident in Switzerland)

The difference between
shame and guilt
is the difference between
‘I am bad’ and
‘I did something bad’.

Brené Brown

(*1965, American scholar, author, and public speaker)

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