Wrong turns are as important as right turns. More important, sometimes.
Wrong solitude vinegars the soul, right solitude oils it.
Wrong perceptions cannot be removed by guns and bombs. They should be removed by deep listening, compassionate listening, and loving space.
Wrong people are wrong not because of their faults but because of their presumed virtues.
Wrong people are wrong because they use their freedom to deny it to others.
Wrong or right, he would never again for anything in the world have recourse to a priest. He admitted that these men were his superiors in intelligence or by reason of their sacred calling; but in argument there is neither superiority, nor inferiority, nor title, nor age, nor name; nothing is of worth but truth, before which all men are equal.
Wrong must not win by technicalities.
Wrong life cannot be lived rightly.
Wrong is wrong; no fallacy can hide it, no subterfuge cover it so shrewdly but that the All-Seeing One will discover and punish it.
Wrong is wrong, no matter who does it or who says it.
Wrong is for other people.