A person’s morality must be judged from his attitude rather than from his actions.
Right and wrong depend upon attitude and situation, not upon the action.
Every impression of an evil nature should be met with a combative attitude.
Man’s attitude is manifest in the expression of his countenance.
It is not our situation in life, but our attitude towards life that makes us happy or unhappy.
His own attitude becomes an obstacle on the path of the pessimist.
With trust in God, with good will, self-confidence, and a hopeful attitude towards life, man will always win his battle, however difficult.
The right attitude in life is to keep a balance between justice and kindness.
It is not the action which is a sin; it is the attitude of mind which makes it so.