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|"Where fear is present, wisdom cannot be," says Lactantius. Where fear exists |
love cannot reside either, but when we find the love that is unconditional, that
which some refer to as perfect love, fear cannot reside. "There is no fear in love,"
|Let us never negotiate out of fear but let us never fear to negotiate. - Kennedy, |
John F. Only with absolute fearlessness ... Krishnamurti, Jiddu Where fear is
present, wisdom cannot be. - Lactantius, Lucius C. Favor and disgrace are like
|Before we acquire great power we must acquire wisdom to use it well. ... |
FelixAdler 1851 – 1933; German American professor of ethics & lecturer Great
wisdom is generous; petty wisdom is ... 282 Where fear is present, wisdom
|An exploration of man's quest for psychological security and spiritual certainty in religion and philosophy. From the Trade Paperback edition.|
|Where fear is present, wisdom cannot be. LACTANTIUS North Al'|'it-mi Cliristiati |
apologist 1}('llV(' in the fourth century AD and sometimes rel'en~ed to as “the
Christian Cicero." perhaps because his style was rather more arrestiitg than his ...
|Fear can appear and make you see a false reality. As the ancient author |
Lactantius said, "Where fear is present, wisdom cannot be." In 2003 America's
fear of weapons of mass destruction, Saddam Hussein, and al Qaeda bolstered
|If leaders exploit public fears to herd people in directions they might not |
otherwise choose, then fear itself can quickly become a ... The Roman
philosopher and rhetoric teacher Lactantius wrote, “Where fear is present,
wisdom cannot be.
|The Roman philosopher Lactantius, once wrote, “Where fear is present, wisdom |
cannot be.”23 Lactantius could just as easily have been writing about Western
xenophobic attitudes toward Islam in 2010 as ancient Rome since wisdom and ...
|“Action cures fear, inaction creates terror.”—Doug Horton “Where fear is present, |
wisdom cannot be.”—Lucius Lactintius “Only he who can say, The Lord is my
strength, can say, Of whom shall I be afraid?”—Alexander Maclaren “How very
|Where the chief commander is not present with the army, that is sooner done |
which is useless than that which is needful. Plautus. Amphitrtio, Act 1, 3, G. TTbi
timor adest, sapientia adcsse nequit. — Where fear is present, wisdom cannot be.