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|“You must stick to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.” - |
Denis Waitley “Hope is the last to abandon the unhappy.” – Italian Proverb “
Fortune favors the bold, but abandons the timid.” – Latin Proverb “The yielding of
|Fortunate Fortune Fortunate A fortunate man may be anywhere. (Spanish) Call |
no ... (Roman) Fortune A drop of good fortune rather than a cask of wisdom. (
Roman) A good ... (Roman) Fortune favors the bold, but abandons the timid. (
Richard Alan Krieger - 2002 - 344 pages
|Kashmiri proverb “As long as we are lucky we attribute it to our smartness; our |
bad luck we give the gods credit for.” — Josh Billings “If heaven drops a ... “
Fortune favors the brave.” — Simonides “Fortune favors the bold but abandons
|Fortune favors the bold but abandons the timid. You can only hold your stomach |
in for so many years. Never go to a doctor whose plants have all died. There is no
thief like a bad book. It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark. Bad spellers.
Marco Palmieri - 2012 - 464 pages
|“Fortune favors the bold,” one of his teachers had once said, “but abandons the |
timid.” Timid was something Iake Sisko had no intention of being. He hoped. No
matter what happened, he promised himself that he'd do whatever it took to help
|“A man isnot where helives, but where he loves.” “Nothing dries sooner than |
tears.” “Fortune favors the bold, but abandons the timid.” “Beware the
tyrannyoftheminority.” “No matter her past, when a hotel cleaner marries a lord,
she becomes a ...
|Jewish “One can pay back the loan of gold, but one dies forever in debt to those |
who are kind.” Malayan “If you are patient in one moment of ... Spanish “Fortune
favors the bold but abandons the timid.” Latin “Some roads are not meant to be ...
|Honor: Ashanti. War. Song. Fortune favors the bold but abandons the timid. The |
first daily virtue, a cornerstone ofa strong foundation, arm in arm with humility, is
honor. Too often neglected in today's world, rightful honor—dignity, grace, and ...
1874 - 528 pages
|Fortune - favours, or assists, the bold, but abandons, repels, the timid, the coward|
." Intrepidity will often succeed under circumstances in which timidity may
produce a failure. Audax omnia. perpeti Gens humane. ruit per vetitum et nefas.
|Fortune — favors the bold, and abandons the timid. 10. Acts of kindness, shown |
to good men, are never thrown away. 11. War — is death's jest. 12. Of two evils —
choose the least. ... and tends to its perfection : but the ancients included also
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