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1、寬容別人,就是解放自己,還心靈一份純凈。

To tolerate others is to liberate oneself and return one’s soul to purity.

2、惡人膽大,小人氣大,君子量大。

The wicked are bold and petty, and the gentleman is big.

3、學會“包容”,養成泰山不棄抔土、河海不擇細流的胸懷。

Learn to "tolerate" and cultivate Taishan’s mind of not abandoning the land and rivers and seas.

4、寬恕人傢陽之能寬恕的,是一種高貴的行為。

It is a noble act to forgive others.

5、尊敬別人,才能讓人尊敬。

Only by respecting others can we be respected.

6、抱持既不贊成也不反對的心態來包容一切。

To embrace all things with a mind of neither approval nor opposition.

7、寬恕是一種高貴的品質,一種崇高的美德,絕不是你所能控制,所能左右的。

Forgiveness is a noble quality, a noble virtue, which is beyond your control.

8、誰若想在困厄時得到援助,就應在平日待人以寬。

Anyone who wants assistance in times of distress should be lenient on weekdays.

9、退一步天高地闊,讓三分心和氣平。

Take a step back and let the three minds be calm.

10、當你寬容別人的時候,你就不會感到自己和別人站在敵對的位置。

When you are tolerant of others, you will not feel that you are in an antagonistic position with others.

11、人心不是靠武力征服,而是靠愛和寬容征服。

The human heart is conquered not by force, but by love and tolerance.

12、不會寬容別人的人,是不配受到別人寬容的。

He who will not tolerate others is unworthy of being tolerated by others.

13、由寬大平和之中認識這世界的可愛和可頌贊之處,才不辜負這難得的一生。

Only by understanding the loveliness and praise of the world in a magnanimous and peaceful way can we live up to this rare life.

14、愛人者,人恒愛之;敬人者,人恒敬之。

He who loves others will always love them; he who respects others will always respect them.

15、能寬恕別人是一件好事,但如果能將別人的錯誤忘得一幹二凈那就更好。

Forgiveness is a good thing, but it’s better to forget all the mistakes of others.

16、愛有溫柔、有包容,也有傷害。

Love is gentle, tolerant and harmful.

17、盡量寬恕別人,而決不要原諒自己。

Try to forgive others, but never yourself.

18、量大好做事,樹大好遮陰。

A great deal is good for doing things, and a great tree is good for shading.

19、生活像一片汪洋,寬容是扁舟,泛舟於汪洋之上,才知海的寬闊。

Life is like a vast ocean. Tolerance is a boat. Only when you sail on the vast ocean can you know the breadth of the ocean.

20、寬容產生的道德上的震動比責罰產生的要強烈得多。

Tolerance produces a much stronger moral shock than punishment.

21、寬容意味著尊重別人的任何信念。

Tolerance means respect for any belief of others.

22、每個人都能縮小自己時,大傢的空間就變大瞭。

When everyone can shrink himself, everyone’s space becomes larger.

23、量大福也大,機深禍亦深。

A great deal of good fortune is also great, and a deep misfortune is also deep.

24、如果兩個人爭吵起來,錯在那個比較聰明的人。

If two people quarrel, it’s the smarter one.

25、寬容就是瀟灑,寬容就是忘卻,寬容就是忍耐。

Tolerance is chic, tolerance is forgetting, tolerance is tolerance.

26、隻有勇敢的人才懂得如何寬容;懦夫絕不會寬容,這不是他的本性。

Only a brave man knows how to tolerate; a coward will never tolerate, which is not his nature.

27、寬恕和受寬恕的難以言喻的快樂,是連神明都會為之羨慕的極大樂事。

Forgiveness and the ineffable joy of forgiveness are great pleasures that even gods envy.

28、生活像一座山峰,寬容是小徑,循徑而上,才知山的高大和巍峨。

Life is like a mountain. Tolerance is a path. Only by going up the path can we know the height and majesty of the mountain.

29、一個偉大的人有兩顆心:一顆心流血,一顆心寬容。

A great man has two hearts: one bleeding heart and one forgiving heart.

30、寬容並不是姑息錯誤和軟弱,而是一種堅強和勇敢。

Tolerance is not to appease mistakes and weaknesses, but to be strong and brave.

31、得放手時須放手,得饒人處且饒人。

When you have to let go, you have to let go.

32、寬宏精神是一切事物中最偉大的。

The spirit of generosity is the greatest of all things.

33、人的心隻有拳頭那麼大,可是一個好人的心是容得下全世界的。

A man’s heart is only as big as his fist, but a good man’s heart can hold the whole world.

34、一個不肯原諒別人的人,就是不給自己留有餘地。

A person who refuses to forgive others does not leave room for himself.

35、將軍額上能跑馬,宰相肚裡能撐船。

The general can run horses on his forehead and the prime minister can prop boats in his stomach.

36、我認為原諒別人已經認識到的過失是一種美德。

I think it’s a virtue to forgive what others have realized.

37、人心不是靠武力征服的,而是靠愛和寬容大度征服。

The human heart is conquered not by force, but by love and tolerance.

38、有時寬容引起的道德震動比懲罰更強烈。

Sometimes the moral shock caused by tolerance is stronger than punishment.

39、大同必須包容小異,世界大同並非世界一同。

Great harmony must be tolerant of small differences. Great harmony is not the same as the world.

40、大足以容眾,德足以懷遠。

Big enough to accommodate the public, virtue enough to be far-reaching.