What is that quote it goes something like fear is not the absence of courage but the will to go on anyways its not the one i keep finding in searches by Ambrose Redmoon it's from some movie i saw?
i believe i heard it on The Black Knight with Martin Lawrence. and it goes, "Courage is not the absence of fear. It is the presence of fear, yet the will to go on."
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important then fear" -- Ambrose Redmoon.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear." ~ Ambrose Redmoon
Who first said 'Courage is not the absence of fear but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear'?
Ambrose Hollingworth Redmoon was a pseudonym under which James Neil Hollingworth wrote. This particular quotation was from an article that Redmoon wrote, called "No Peaceful Warriors!" for Gnosis Magazine, in 1991.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear." ~ Ambrose Redmoon Other similar: "Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear - not absence of fear." ~ Mark Twain "Courage is fear that has said its prayers." ~ Dorothy Bernard
Lt. John B. Putnam, Jr. is credited for the saying. Putnam, a highly decorated member of the US Air Force, is best known for his military record during World War II. He died while in service to his country when his plane crashed July 19, 1944. He was 23 years old. James Neil Hollingsworth writing as Ambrose Redmoon wrote "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the judgment that something is more important than… Read More
What is the speed of Darkness If darkness is the absence of light then you think that light is the absence of darkness.?
No, light is not the absence of darkness. Darkness is nothing, light is something. No, light is not the absence of darkness. Darkness is nothing, light is something. No, light is not the absence of darkness. Darkness is nothing, light is something. No, light is not the absence of darkness. Darkness is nothing, light is something.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear." ~ Ambrose Redmoon "Courage is not the absence of fear. Courage is the presence of fear with the capacity to manage and overcome it." ~ Anon. Catholics and Protestants believe in the Trinity. They both believe that Jesus is the God the Son, and that he died for sins. They both believe in heaven and hell… Read More
"Space" is one those things like 'cold', 'silence', and 'emptiness', that isn't 'something' all by itself. It's just the absence of something. Silence is the absence of any sound. Cold is the absence of any heat. Space is the absence of any material.
You can think of it as absence taking place at a certain time....
Believing something in the absence of evidence is paradoxical. The paradox can be resolved by realizing that people who believe something in the absence of evidence are simply idiots, and there is no validity to such a belief.
absence = gone, not there near absence = almost gone, something remains (i.e. the near absence of this chemical in food, meaning for all practical purposes it is absent, yet trace amounts remain of irrelevance for health)
"Agenda for change" ...something that I can't grasp
A blast from the past is something or someone who returns after an absence.
A vacuum would be the complete absence of matter.
A shadow is formed on the side of an object opposite to the side that's being illuminated by a light source. The shadow is simply the region where light can't reach because the object is in the way. The shadow is not something. It's the region of nothing, surrounded by something. The shadow is the region where there is no light. In the same way that cold is not something, it's the absence of heat… Read More
Because the colour 'black' is in fact the absence of other colours. It is impossible to produce a device that obviously emits the absence of something.
I would go with dark being the absence of light, since light is actually something (electromagnetic waves).
Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear. ~Ambrose Redmoon Courage is knowing that you are afraid but still pushing yourself to do what you know is right anyway, regardless of what someone thinks or whatever it is that you are afraid of. I think this takes practice and self contemplation. You have to make a conscious decision about the type of person you… Read More
It means, in the absence of other information or requirement, choose something less than (whatever is specified).
Infatuation is the starting point of love, Love is something that is on the extreme,that you can't bear the absence of that person or thing But in infatuation you bear the absence
Silence is a noun (an absence of sound) and a verb (to rest or quiet something).
it affects everyday life because if you want something you have to walk to the kitchen and get something but if you don't then you don't have to get up.
The absence of color is not white it s a Transparency Examples: Typical materials include glass, plastic and fluorite. ADDED BY JACOBM1198: This is sort of correct. Something totally transparent would have no color, but white is the absence of color. It reflects all colors.
Although 'nothing has changed, something, according to the poet, 'has ended' .
something that isn't there that should be/ the state of being away from a place or person/ non existence or lack of
Negative peace is the absence of something such as war or violence. Positive peace is the presence of something, such as the integration of different groups.
The absence of brain activity. The absence of brain activity. The absence of brain activity. The absence of brain activity. The absence of brain activity. The absence of brain activity.
The absence of nothing is everything. The absence of nothing is everything.
The unbroken and consistent existence or operation of something over a period of time. A state of stability and the absence of disruption
Her voice was without a vestige of sympathy. Vestige: 1. A trace of something that is disappearing or no longer exists. 2. The smallest amount (used to emphasize the absence of something)
To Schopenhauer, happiness is the absence of grieve. And knowing that cold doesn't exist because it's just the absence of heat (that's physics), maybe happiness doesn't exist at all to him. Not confirmed, but that's something to think about.
Absance is spelled absence. Heat is a noun used to describe the higher temperature applied or in relation to another something. It isn't really ever absent... FOR EXAMPLE: 32F could be hot compared to dry ice.
Yearning is both a noun and a verb - It means "SAUDADE" "NOSTALGIA". A feeling of absence of something or somebody. Something like "to crave for sth." A feeling of suppression of something that sometimes have been valious, loved by yourself.
No. It's the absence of thermal energy. Similar to the situation where 'dark' is not a substance that you can generate, or hold in your hand, or put in a bottle. It's the absence of something, called 'light'. Answer 'Cold' is the opposite to 'hot', and describes temperature, not energy.
the absence of matter is nothing.
Leaves of absence.
The plural of absence is absences.
Please can you explain your absence from the sports lesson yesterday? Can I have a letter of absence from work? Mary has an unexplained absence from school yesterday
"Courage is not the absence of fear but rather the judgment that something is more important than fear" -Mia's dad
Yes, the word 'lack' is both a verb and a noun. The noun 'lack' is a word for a deficiency or absence of something; a word for a thing.
Why does the Apologetics always say Absence of Evidence is not Evidence of Absence whenever they have no facts to support their arguments?
It is a valid criticism of argumentation that absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. Just because we do not know that something exists does not mean that it really does not. Of course, this cuts both ways, and apologetics are at least as guilty of referring to alleged absence of evidence to imply that something does not exist or is not true. For the early Jews, the absence of evidence that Jesus was… Read More
Hi there, That is a question which is deeper than it may first appear. Mmm. I would go with dark being the absence of light, since light is actually something (electromagnetic waves). ANSWER: Light as we see it has all the spectrum colors that we can detect or frequency in essence. dark or black is the lack of these frequency or below our detection by our eyes
Absence is simply defined as "Not being there."
No, a vacuum is an absence of matter.
Absence is a noun.
Absence... the same as Americans do
Absence has two syllables in it.
Black is a colour and an absence of colour. It is all the colours if you get what i mean. It is the absence of light.
absence, if cold is the absence of heat, then evil is the absence of good. Evil could also be defined as excessive selfishness, cruelty, dishonesty, or irresponsibility.
absence of matter ADDED BY JACOBM1198: Actually, white is the absence of color. Many people think that black is the absence of color because they think it is the absence of light, but it isn't true. Black absorbs all light and all color, which is why it is dark and less reflective than white, which reflects all light and color. Therefore, white is the absence of color. Absence of matter is not correct.