A Quote by Paul H. Dunn on bravery, defeat, justice, soldiers, and struggle
You remember the Duke of Wellington was talking of the Battle of Waterloo when he said that it was not that the British soldiers were braver than the French soldiers. It was just that they were brave five minutes longer. And in our struggles sometimes that's all it takes-to be brave five minutes longer, to try just a little harder, to not give up on ourselves when everything seems to beg for our defeat.
Source: Ensign, May 1979, p. 9.
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