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|Up to his neck in the swirling chaos about him, he cries out for help and help is |
there. I can see Jesus shaking His head as he says, “O you of little faith, why did
you doubt?” When ... “He who strikes terror in others is himself continually in fear.
|It is better to be frightened now than killed hereafter - Churchill, Winston Fear is |
not a lasting teacher of duty. - Cicero, Marcus T. Fear can ... Cioran, E. M. He who
strikes terror in others is himself continually in fear. - Claudianus, Claudius If ...
Rev. James Wood - 1893 - 658 pages
|Cstvds. He who partakes in another's joys is more humane than he who partakes |
in his griefs. Lavater. He who parts with his property ... Pr. He who strikes terror
into others is himself in continual fear. Ctandian. 25 He who tastes every man's ...
|—M.K. Gandhi The greatest fear to a man in this world comes from himself and |
not from any outside source. —Swet Marden Fear ... —Franklin D. Roosevelt He
who strikes terror into others is himself in continual fear. —Claudian To conquer ...
|Fear and Trembling is an influential philosophical work by Soren Kierkegaard, published in 1843 under the pseudonym Johannes de Silentio (John the Silent).|
|Let him fancy to himself streets so populous and so animated, suddenly struck |
with the dead silence of the grave, before sunset on a fine summer evening. ...
back on himself, seems to form a part of the wall ; another is Buffocated with fear
and heat between two mattresses ; a third, rolled up ... that were burst off their
hinges ; and the continual uproar and revelling, which took place throughout the
night in all the public-houses ... I tell you," he said, " you must strike terror into the
|It was at this precise moment, when all resources seemed to be fast exhausting |
themselves, that certain information reached the ... With an eye like a hawk, and a
heart that neverknew fear, he was the person, of all others, calculated to strike
terror into the minds of the country people. ... And so it happened that, constantly
there numbered from ten to twelve of these wretcheo, inmates of his family, each
|Many of the boldest sank beneath the fear of betrayal, and themselves became |
evidence for the Crown ; and in five months a ... With an eye like a hawk and a
heart that never knew fear, he was the person of all others calculated to strike
terror into the minds of the country people. ... And so it happened that constantly
there numbered from ten to twelve of these wretches, inmates of his family, each
of whom ...
|It is also the tale of a long weekend road trip that has gone down in the annals of American pop culture as one of the strangest journeys ever undertaken.|
Henry Jacoby - 2012 - 320 pages
|Butifone must choose one or the other, fear is much better than love because |
itisamore reliable emotion. ... you.11 Machiavelli, however, cautions those who
would make themselves feared through terror, saying that the worst thing one can
dois to be hated, ... Joffrey strikes fearinto his friends and enemies, but by
continually acting cruelly, he makes himself hated by members of the court,
theresidents of ...