Fear Quotes and Sayings - Page 5
The surest way to prevent war is not to fear it.
– John Randolph
No one loves the man whom he fears.
Fear is the lengthened shadow of ignorance.
– Arnold H. Glasgow
Fear breeds fear.
Fear is the needle that pierces us that it may carry a thread to bind us to heaven.
– James Hastings
I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies, for the hardest victory is over self.
He who fears something gives it power over him.
– Moorish Proverb
The things you fear are undefeatable, not by their nature, but by your approach.
– Jewel Kilcher
Fear makes strangers of people who would be friends.
– Shirley MacLaine
Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.
– Marie Curie
Keep your fears to yourself; share your courage with others.
– Robert Louis Stevenson
Fear cuts deeper than swords.
– George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
Every time you win, it diminishes the fear a little bit. You never really cancel the fear of losing; you keep challenging it.
– Arthur Ashe
Don’t fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things.
Fears are nothing more than states of mind.
– Napoleon Hill
A paranoid is someone who knows a little of what’s going on.
– William S. Burroughs
Always do what you are afraid to do.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Fear is the mother of morality.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
If you want to conquer fear, don’t sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.
– Dale Carnegie
We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.
There is a time to take counsel of your fears, and there is a time to never listen to any fear.
– George S. Patton
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
You can conquer almost any fear if you will only make up your mind to do so. For remember, fear doesn’t exist anywhere except in the mind.
– Dale Carnegie
You block your dream when you allow your fear to grow bigger than your faith.
– Mary Manin Morrissey
Try a thing you haven’t done three times. Once, to get over the fear of doing it. Twice, to learn how to do it. And a third time to figure out whether you like it or not.
– Virgil Thomson