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 fear."
Lt. John B. Putnam Jr.
Lt. John B. Putnam, Jr.
Lt. John B. Putnam Jr. (1921-1944)
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear."~ Ambrose RedmoonOther 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
A chicken symbolizes fear or reluctancy to face situations in life. A chicken may also symbolize a lack of courage.
Bilbo showed tremendous courage when he went forward into the dragon's lair even though he was more afraid at that time than any other. Courage is not a lack of fear but the ability to act while being afraid.
"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. The Catholic Church has the whole truth because the pope is infallible when teaching on matters of Faith and Morals, it's teachings have been revealed by God himself, not personal interpretation of a bible. (Protestants just broke off from the true Church because Martin Luther thought it was too difficult to follow Christ's teachings)
I found out that this gave much more meaning when we changed perspective of the question into: How to learn courage and become more fearless? Which in the answer would be that courage is not a LACK of fear, but merely facing your fear to realize that there is nothing to be afraid of: thus the funtion of fear is just that. So the function of fear seems to be some kind of guide. I.e facing death or other situations that are outside of your comfort zone to realize that they are nothing to worry about.
lack is a verb- He lacks the courage to fight in the ring.a lack is a noun - He suffers from a lack of hair.
Ataraxia is a freedom from worry or fear. It's not a phobia as such.
currently I am researching what pigeon-liver'd means but i know that "lack gall" means lack courage :)
Fear of disapproval (ie: lack of self esteem)
A vision and the ability to use that vision to get people excited about the opportunity to implement that vision. Integrity and the courage to do what is right. Most any other talents can be useful and some specific talents may be needed in specific fields. But I know of no real leaders who lack vision, integrity and courage.
It means you have lots of courage and are very brave. I believe it means someone who is passionate about life and what they believe in. Bravery doesn't always mean the lack of fear. But that you move forward despite it.
they face lack of irrigation
Some obstacles that John Cabot faced were:inadequate maps and navigational toolsdisease and starvationfear of the unknownlack of adequate supplies
The True Aphorisms of Life By, OneAnon "I have always been amazed at my own ability to know something but lack the courage to learn it," says the truly insane man. My first aphorism. Jesus' true miracle was his ability to connect with human beings. My second aphorism. A subtext to this aphorism: Buddha, Mohammed, and every great actor has had this in common. We all know we have these same things in common, but lack the confidence to earn it until we face Death. My third aphorism. Also everyone's first aphorism
It is a slang term meaning that you lack courage, you are cowardly.
Lack of clear command is what caused Henry to lash out on his comrade in the red badge of courage.
First of all there are different ways to communicate. There is texting, phone and face to face communication among many others. Let me make this clear: I am addressing face to face communication. When we are talking about 'lack of communication' then we must address most of all direct encounters. The primary cause for the lack of face to face comminication is the fear of angry exchanges. We all tend to back off from a fight. But this is exactly why this fear is the main cause of a lack of communication. We are afraid to cause anger, for anger will disturb what might be called our "need to find approval." But often it is anger, a free exchange of our position on a problem, that is the essential ingrediant of problem solving. And relationships can only exist if we get into the habit of consistently resolving differences. There is a whole section about problem solving called 'The Tools' in "Marriages, Shack-Ups and Other Disasters" - see web link below. I would suggest that you check out 'The Framing of Anger' in particular.
They had to face disease, rats, poor sanitation, lack of sanitation, lack of food, and death.
"I do not fear computers. I fear lack of them."This Slogan was quoted by-Isaac Asimov
Panda's fear extinction due to the lack of their population. Their number has gone very less recently.
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