In time of danger it is proper to be alarmed until danger be near at hand but when we perceive that danger is near, we should oppose it as if we were not afraid.
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That one is learned who has reduced his learning to practice.
Idleness, women, disorder, a foolish partiality for one's own native place, discontent and timidity are six obstructions to greatness.
When the leader passes over all alike, not making a distinction, then the endeavors of those who are capable of exertion are entirely lost.
Greatness does not approach him who is forever looking down.
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