A Quote by Confucius on cowardice

To know what is right and not to do it is the worst cowardice.

Confucius (c. 551 - c. 479 BC)

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A Quote by Christian Nestell Bovée on bravery, courage, cowardice, fear, and timidity

Courage enlarges, cowardice diminishes resources. In desperate straits the fears of the timid aggravate the dangers that imperil the brave.

Christian Bovee (1820 - 1904)

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A Quote by Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. on adventure, cowardice, criticism, death, home, kindness, life, men, and mountains

Any coward can sit in his home and criticize a pilot for flying into a mountain in a fog. But I would rather, by far, die on a mountainside than in bed. What kind of man would live where there is no daring? And is life so dear that we should blame men for dying in adventure? Is there a better way to die?

Charles Lindbergh (1902 - 1974)

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A Quote by August Strindberg on cowardice, dogs, and people

I loathe people who keep dogs. They are cowards who have not got the guts to bite people themselves.

August Strindberg

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A Quote by Aristotle on cowardice, death, nobility, suicide, and trouble

To run away from trouble is a form of cowardice and, while it is true that the suicide braves death, he does it not for some noble object but to escape some ill.

Aristotle (384 - 322 BC)

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A Quote by Algernon Charles Swinburne on cowardice and heart

There grows No herb of help to heal a coward heart.

Algernon Swinburne (1837 - 1909)

Source: Bothwell.Act ii. Sc. .

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A Quote by Alexander Pope on cowardice and slavery

What can ennoble sots or slaves or cowards? Alas! not all the blood of all the Howards.

Alexander Pope (1688 - 1744)

Source: Essay on Man. Epistle iv. Line 215.

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A Quote by Alberto Salazar on cowardice, doubt, and starting

I had as many doubts as anyone else. Standing on the starting line, we're all cowards.

Alberto Salazar

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A Quote by Akhnaton [Ikhnaton or Akhenaton] on body, cowardice, danger, and fear

As the ostrich when pursued hideth his head, but forgetteth his body; so the fears of a coward expose him to danger.

Akhnaton (c.1375 - c.1353 BC)

Source: title taken by Amenhotep IV

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A Quote by Aesop on cowardice, death, and insults

Only cowards insult dying majesty.

Aesop (620 - 560 BC)

Source: The Eagle And The Arrow

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