• DICTUM
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  • Fé de mulher é pena sobre água.
  • Fé em Deus, e pé na tábua.
  • Fé para os que a possuem, não é preciso explica; para os que não a possuem, não adianta explicar.
  • Fé que não é firme, não é fé.
  • Fé sì Beatrice qual fé Danïello,
  • Fear a silent man. He has lips like a drum.
  • Fear always springs from ignorance.
  • Fear an ignorant man more than a lion.
  • Fear and sorrow are the true characters and inseparable companions of most melancholy. Burton.
  • Fear can keep a man out of danger, but courage only can support him in it.
  • Fear can keep us up all night long, but faith makes one fine pillow.
  • Fear cannot be banished, but it can be calm and without panic and it can be mitigated by reason and evaluation.
  • Fear cannot be without hope nor hope without fear.
  • Fear clouds your mind, it distracts your thoughts, to survive in dangerous times you must learn to supress it and think.
  • Fear does not have any special power unless you empower it by submitting to it.
  • Fear gave wings to his feet.
  • Fear gives wings.
  • Fear God and keep his commandments; for this is the whole duty of man.
  • Fear God and you need not fear anyone else.
  • Fear God, and your enemies will fear you.
  • Fear God, but be wary of men.
    jiddish Far Got hot men moireh; far mentshen muz men zikh hiten.
  • Fear God; honour the king. St. Peter.
  • Fear grows out of the things we think it lives in our minds. Compassion grows out of the things we are, and lives in our hearts.
  • Fear guards the house.
  • Fear guards the vineyard.
    es] Miedo guarda viña.
    it] La paura guarda la vigna.
  • Fear guides more to their duty than gratitude.
  • Fear hamper speech.
  • Fear has a large shadow, but he himself is small.
  • Fear has big eyes.
  • Fear has many eyes. Cervantes.
  • Fear has no power over one who faces it.
  • Fear has thousand incarnations and of all belief is the most sacred one!
  • Fear hath torment. St. John.
  • Fear imprisons, courage liberates and love strengthens.
  • Fear increasing age, for it does not come without companions.
  • Fear is a bad counselor.
  • Fear is a disease of the mind we inherit from society
  • Fear is a fine spur; so is rage.
  • Fear is a great inventor.
    fr] La peur est grand inventeur.
  • Fear is a great motivator.
  • Fear is a journey, a terrible journey, but sorrow is at least an arriving.
  • Fear is a perception to dare but not to scare.
  • Fear is a question What are you afraid of, and why Just as the seed of health is in illness, because illness contains information, your fears are a treasure house of self-knowledge if you explore them.
  • Fear is an instructor of great sagacity, and the herald of all revolutions. It has boded, and mowed, and gibbered for ages over government and property.
  • Fear is described by Spenser to ride in armour, at the clashing whereof he looks afeared of himself. Peacham.
  • Fear is far more painful to cowardice than death to true courage. Sir P. Sidney.
  • Fear is impotent when you challenge it.
  • Fear is no obstacle to death.
  • Fear is nothing except a drain of energy and Not a power unto itself. Trust in yourself, For therein lies the true power.
  • Fear is sharp-sighted, and can see things under ground, and much more in the skies.
  • Fear is static that prevents me from hearing my intuition.
  • Fear is stronger than love.
  • Fear is that little darkroom where negatives are developed.
  • Fear is the greatest enemy; the father of all suffering, and love is the only cure for humanity's great afflictions.
  • Fear is the greatest false prophet you will ever meet.
  • Fear is the killer of fascinating change.
  • Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.
  • Fear is the mind killer
  • Fear is the reflection of ignorance
  • Fear is the strongest prison and courage is the only way out!
  • Fear is the tax that conscience pays to guilt.
  • Fear is the underminer of all determinations; and necessity, the victorious rebel of all laws. Sir P. Sidney.
  • Fear is the virtue of slaves; but the heart that loveth is willing. Longfellow.
  • Fear Is Weak Against Hope.
  • Fear is worse than Cancer.
  • Fear is worse than fighting.
  • Fear is, I believe, a most effective tool in destroying the soul of an individual - and the soul of a people.
  • Fear keepes and looks to the vineyard, and not the owner.
  • Fear keeps pace with hope. Nor does their so moving together surprise me; both belong to a mind in suspense, to a mind in a state of anxiety through looking into the future. Both are mainly due to projecting our thoughts far ahead of us instead of adapting ourselves to the present. Thus it is that foresight, the greatest blessing humanity has been given, is transformed into a curse.
  • Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.
  • Fear lends wings.
  • Fear less, hope more, eat less, chew more, whine less, breathe more, talk less, say more, hate less, love more, and all good things will be yours.
  • Fear less, Hope more;
    Whine less, Breathe more;
    Talk less, Say more;
    Hate less, Love more.
  • Fear makes come true that which one is afraid of.
  • Fear makes strangers of people who should be friends.
  • Fear makes us feel our humanity.
  • Fear may come true that which one is afraid of.
  • Fear may force a man to cast beyond the moon.
  • Fear must die for your dreams to live.
  • Fear never brought one to the top.
  • Fear not a jest. If one throws salt at you, you will not be harmed unless you have sore places.
  • Fear not for the future, weep not for the past.
  • Fear not that thy life shall come to an end, but rather fear that it shall never have a beginning.
  • Fear not that thy life shall come to an end, But rather that it shall never have a beginning.
  • Fear not that tyrants shall rule for ever,
    Or the priests of the bloody faith;
    They stand on the brink of that mighty river
    Whose waves they have tainted with death. Shelley.
  • Fear not the confusion (Verwirrung) outside of thee, but that within thee; strive after unity, but seek it not in uniformity; strive after repose, but through the equipoise, not through the stagnation (Stillstand), of thy activity.
  • Fear not the future; weep not for the past. Shelley.
  • Fear not the loss of the bell more than the loss of the steeple.
  • Fear not the man who fears God, but the one who fears you.
  • Fear not the man who fears God.
  • Fear not the path of truth for the lack of people walking on it.
  • Fear not those who argue but those who dodge.
  • Fear not where Heaven bids come;
    Heaven's never deaf but when man's heart is dumb. Quarles.
  • Fear not! For love is always with you.
  • Fear not, provided you fear but if you fear not, then fear.
  • Fear not, then, thou child infirm;
    There's no god dare wrong a worm.
  • Fear Not. What is not real, never was and never will be. What is real, always was and cannot be destroyed.
  • Fear of a name increases fear of the thing itself.
  • Fear of change
    Perplexes monarchs.
  • Fear of error which everything recalls to me at every moment of the flight of my ideas, this mania for control, makes men prefer reason's imagination to the imagination of the senses. And yet it is always the imagination alone which is at work.
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