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|Half a man's wisdom goes with his courage. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo Keep |
courage. Whatever you do, do not feel sorry for yourself. You will win in a great
age of opportunity. - Evans, Richard L. I am more important than my problems. -
|Emerson, Ralph Waldo Half a man's wisdom goes with his courage. — Emerson, |
Ralph Waldo What a new face courage puts on everything! — Emerson, Ralph
Waldo Whatever you do, you need courage. Whatever course you decide upon, ...
|Go into the country to hear the news of the town. ... Courage. Conscience is the |
basis of courage. Intrepid courage is the fountain of victory. The brave man is not
he who feels no fear, but whose noble soul subdues its fears ... A brave man is
one who knows his danger and faces it. True courage in danger is half the battle.
|Rose stared and looked at the man by the lamppost crushing a cigarette out with |
his shoe. “There who is? ... After half an hour the priest answered the door to the
young man in his grey suit and hurried to unlock the church to marry the couple.
|and he broke his word, and the Psalmist was right before he corrected himself for |
'all men are liars'. ... They get cheated out of one thousand dollars, or
misinterpreted, or disappointed, or betrayed, and higher goes the wall, and faster
goes another bolt, not ... There is an island half way between England, Scotland
and Ireland called the Isle of Man, and the seas dash against all sides of it, and I
am told that ...
|Wanted, a man who will not lose his individuality in a crowd, a man who has the |
courage of his convictions, who is not afraid to ... Wanted, a man who is broad,
who does not take half views of things; a man who mixes common sense with his
1973 - 128 pages
|A timeless tale of morality, tragedy and pure adventure, The Epic of Gilgamesh is a landmark literary exploration of man's search for immortality.|
Walter T. Schmid - 1992 - 226 pages
|5.1 Nicias Joins the Inquiry and Gives His Account of Courage (194c-I95b) |
Socrates beg1ns the second half of the inquiry into andreia ... Socrates replies
that the man seems to be saying that manly courage is a kind of wisdom (sophian
1797 - 1120 pages
|Drinking water neither makes a man fick nor in debt, nor his wife a widow. No |
pottage is ... Away goes the devil when he finds the door stiut against him. 'Tis
great courage to fuft'er, and great wisdom to hear patiently. Doing what I ... A
covetous man makes a half-penny of a farthing, and a liberal nun makes siv-
pence. of it.
|is worth half-a-dozen recruits. Besides, a soldier's heart should always be in |
quick time with his courage; your ladyship would not have me a deserter to my
colours." " Psha ! it's all nonsense !" said she, pettishly ; " you're not a true