Permissible Related Quotes



It is not permissible for us to go on destroying the family life when we know that we are destroying it.

Alan Paton

#Go For It #Permissible


In a world of moral certainty, the unthinkable becomes permissible.

Cullen Murphy

#Moral #Permissible


The purchase of any item which helps strengthen Zionism is not permissible.

Ali Khamenei

#Permissible


Saying "Ameen" is permissible after reciting the Surah of al-Hamd in the Salat (but it's still not part of the Salat) especially with the intention of supplication.

Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah

#Permissible


It does not seem proper to speak of one attribute of God as being more central and fundamental than another; but if this were permissible, the Scriptural emphasis on the holiness of God would seem to justify its selection.

Louis Berkhof

#Attribute #Permissible


“Under the rules of a society that cannot distinguish between profit and profiteering, between money defined as necessity and money defined as luxury, murder is occasionally obligatory and always permissible.”

Lewis H. Lapham

#Distinguish #Money #Necessity #Occasionally #Permissible #Profit #Rules #Society


Why is one view permissible and the other criminally barred-other than because the force of law is being used to control political discourse and one form of terrorism (violence in the Muslim world) is done by, rather than to, the west?

Glenn Greenwald

#Permissible


I contend that in the kind of nonfiction I write, and that other people also pursue, anything is permissible provided the reader knows what you're taking liberties with.

William Least Heat-moon

#Contend #Liberties #Nonfiction #Permissible


...if you think of modern art like sex in all its forms - heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual, multipartnered, bestial, whatever, with absolutely no holds barred and with everything available and permissible - that would be modern art.

Eve Arnold

#Bestial #Permissible


If God does not exist, then everything is permissible.

Fyodor Dostoevsky

#Permissible #Then