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|A Philosophy and Theology of Courage and Leadership Often the test of courage |
is not to die but to live. Vittorio Alfieri, Orestes A man of courage is also full of
faith. Cicero The strangest, most generous, and proudest of all virtues is true ...
|These decisions require courage. - May, Rollo Never ask the Gods for life set free |
from grief, but ask for courage that endureth long. - Menander of ... Monson,
Thomas S. The strangest, most generous, and proudest of all virtues is true
|The real meaning of enlightenment is to gaze with undimmed eyes on all |
undimmed. Go with the flow make your transition ever so much easier. The
strangest, most generous, and proudest of all virtues is true courage. Action is
the proper ...
|Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De There is no conversation more boring than the |
one where everybody agrees. - Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De The strangest,
most generous, and proudest of all virtues is true courage. - Montaigne, Michel ...
|For what Michel de Montaigne called the strangest, most generous and proudest |
of all virtues does exist and always has. ... and belief, true courage remains
pivotal to our morality and our aspirations, the best-loved of all the old virtues.
|Because I had tasted all the bitterness and despair of being lost, I fully |
experienced how great is the love of God, how deep is the joy of being found. It is
a great ... The strangest, most generous, and proudest of all virtues is true
|... and this man, worshipped by those round him, his every wish gratified, is the |
strangest mixture of self-indulgence and religion. ... but all with an under-current
of doubt and misgiving, which breaks out in his proudest moments : " O fils de
Myriam, .... utterly unscrupulous about money are redeemed, or seem to be
redeemed, by the virtues of courage and kindness. ... affected by youth, and may
well give place before long to a habit of mind not only more generous but more
Michel de Montaigne - 1958 - 883 pages
|The works of the French essayist reflect his views of morality, society, and customs in the late sixteenth century|
T. E. Lawrence - 2008 - 700 pages
|Seven Pillars of Wisdom provides a unique portrait of this extraordinary man and an insight into the birth of the Arab nation|