Fear to let fall a drop, will always make you spill a lot.
Fear to let spill a drop and you will spill a lot.
Fear to lose a thing, which being lost, cannot be lamented?. Michel De Montaigne
Fear was not that I should do ill, but that I should do nothing. Michel De Montaigne
Fear, either as a principle or a motive, is the beginning of all evil. Mrs. Jameson
Fear, if it be not immoderate, puts a guard about us that does watch and defend us; but credulity keeps us naked, and lays us open to all the sly assaults of ill-intending men: it was a virtue when man was in his innocence; but since his fall, it abuses those that own it. Feltham
Fear: begets a terrible astonishment and confusion. Michel De Montaigne
Feare keepes the garden better then the gardiner. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Feare may force a man to cast beyond the moone. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. iv.
Feare nothing but sinne. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Feare, the Bedle of the Law. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Feared men be fearful.
Feared, lest disgrace should make such delinquents desperate. Michel De Montaigne
Feares are divided in the midst. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Fearfulness, contrary to all other vices, maketh a man think the better of another, the worse of himself. Sir Philip Sidney
Fearing dying pays death servile breath.
Fearing laws makes one happy every day; withholding truth from heaven worries one all the time.
Fearless gentleness is the most beautiful of feminine attractions, born of modesty and love. Mrs. Balfour