If any man err from the right way, it is his own misfortune, no injury to thee; nor therefore art thou to punish him in the things of this life because thou supposest he will be miserable in that which is to come.
He who is mistaken in an action which he sincerely believes to be right may be an enemy, but retains our esteem.
He has mistakes in his past. I have mistakes in mine. The fact that we actually are each other’s mistakes is irrelevant!
But it’s one thing when an individual makes a mistake. It’s something else when corruption is organized. If you help those people, you’re condoning what they do. You become a part of it.
All men are liable to error; and most men are, in many points, by passion or interest, under temptation to it.