Truth or Consequences

This Post consists of quotes related to consequence. If you get tired of reading, don’t stop without reading the last three. May they be a blessing.

“You are free to make whatever choice you want, but you are not free of the consequences of your choice.”

“There is no ‘reset’ button on life. You can’t take anything back, and you can’t undo anything. All of your actions have consequences. And the things you say today will have a lasting impact on the rest of your life. You have to understand that, and you have to be aware of it while making decisions.

“Men of thoughtless action are always surprised by the consequences.”

“Every action we make has a consequence, sometimes it is best to consider the consequence before we take action.”

“There is only one basic human right: the right to do as you please, without causing others harm. With it comes our only basic human duty: the duty to accept the consequences of our actions.” 

“The consequences of our actions are always so complicated, so diverse, that predicting the future is a very difficult business indeed.”

“We make choices. No one else can live our lives for us. And we must confront and accept the consequences of our actions.”

“Our actions are our own; their consequences belong to Heaven.”

“Intentions do not insulate us from the consequences of our actions.”

“There are eternal consequences resulting from all our thoughts, words and actions, of which we take far too little account.”

“So long as we are brave enough to accept the consequences of our actions, no one can take away our freedom of choice.”

“I have learned that the consequences of our past actions are always interesting; I have learned to view the present with a forward-looking eye.”

“Our actions are in our own hands, but the consequences of them are not. Remember that, my dear, and think twice before you do anything.”

“Consequences are part of one’s life. You can’t run away from them, but simply face them.”

“Every painful consequence of sin is a part of the punishment meted out for sin.”

“Temptation can be tormenting, but remember: The torment of temptation to sin is nothing to compare with the torment of the consequences of sin. Remorse and regret cannot compensate for sin …. though sin can be forgiven immediately, the consequences can last a lifetime.”

“Sin is the willful transgression of divine law. The Atonement of Jesus Christ is the gift of God to His children to correct and overcome the consequences of sin. The gift of the Atonement of Jesus Christ provides us at all times and at all places with the blessings of repentance and forgiveness.”