Disagreeing - Disagreement Quotes

The course of true love never did run smooth. (“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”)

My father would never confront anybody about anything and is just kind and gentle. And my mother is really funny and sarcastic. But in my family, nothing was ever confronted. Yet now it’s easy for me to tell other people what they’re doing and how it makes me feel.

I hate to see things going all criss-cross and getting snarled up, when a pull here and a snip there would straighten it out.

As Christians we are tempted to make unnecessary concessions to those outside the faith. We give in too much. Now, I don’t mean that we should run the risk of making a nuisance of ourselves by witnessing at improper times, but there comes a time when we must show that we disagree. We must show […]

In the nature of man, we find three principall causes of quarrel. First, Competition; Secondly, Diffidence; Thirdly, Glory.

Many a man’s tongue broke his nose.

If you can’t answer a man’s arguments, all is not lost; you can still call him vile names.

There is an agreeable man in everyone, it goes along with the disagreeable. The mistake made by many is to address themselves stubbornly to the latter.

Disagreeing in little things and agreeing in great ones is what forms and keeps up a commerce of society and friendship among reasonable men, and among unreasonable men breaks it.

It is impossible to persuade a man who does not disagree, but smiles.