Fé é saber que há um oceano, quando se viu um riacho. (William Arthur Ward)
Fé em Deus e pé na tábua.
Fé inabalável só o é a que pode encarar frente a frente a razão, em todas as épocas da Humanidade. (Allan Kardec)
Fé que não é firme, não é fé.
Fé significa não querer saber o que é a verdade. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
Fe y Amor.
Fé, amor e conhecimento são chaves para a conquista de nossa felicidade e paz.
Fe, Patria, Trabajo.
Fear a silent man. He has lips like a drum.
Fear accomplishes much in love. The husband of the Middle Ages was loved by his wife for his very severity. The bride of William the Conqueror, having been beaten by him, recognized him by this token for her lord and husband. Michelet
Fear always springs from ignorance. Emerson
Fear an ignorant man more than a lion.
Fear and distrust invite and draw on offence. Michel De Montaigne
Fear and love do not go together.
Fear and love never eat from the same plate.
Fear and niceness, the handmaids of all women, or more truly, woman its pretty self. Shakespeare
Fear and restlessness kill more than do illnesses.
Fear and shame much sin doth tame.
Fear blows wind into your sails.
Fear can keep a man out of danger, but courage only can support him in it.
Fear does not empty tomorrow of its sadness; it empties today of its power.
Fear doesn't travel by donkey.
Fear follows crime, and is its punishment. Voltaire
Fear frames disorder, and disorder wounds
Fear gives wings.
Fear God and all other fears will disappear.
Fear God, but be wary of men. Yiddish] Far Got hot men moireh; far mentshen muz men zikh hiten.
Fear guards the vineyard.
Fear guides more to their duty than gratitude; for one man who is virtuous from the love of virtue, from the obligation he thinks he lies under to the Giver of all, there are ten thousand who are good only from their apprehension of punishment. Goldsmith
Fear has big eyes.
Fear has large eyes.
Fear has many eyes. Cervantes
Fear hath a quick ear.
Fear hath the common fault of a justice of peace, and is apt to conclude hastily from every slight circumstance, without examining the evidence on both sides. Fielding
Fear increasing age, for it does not come without companions.
Fear invites danger; concealed cowards insult known ones. Chesterfield
Fear is a bad counselor.
Fear is a fine spur, so is rage.
Fear is a great inventor.
Fear is also a shield.
Fear is cruel and mean. Emerson
Fear is faithlessness. George MacDonald
Fear is far more painful to cowardice than death to true courage. Sir Philip Sidney
Fear is implanted in us as a preservative from evil; but its duty, like that of other passions, is not to overbear reason, but to assist it; nor should it be suffered to tyrannize in the imagination, to raise phantoms of horror, or to beset life with supernumerary distresses. Johnson
Fear is more importunate and insupportable than death itself. Michel De Montaigne
Fear is my vassal, when I frown he flies; A hundred times in life a coward dies. Marston