Fear Quotes

Idleness and timidity often despair without being overcome, and forbear attempts for fear of being defeated; and we may promote the invigoration of faint endeavors, by showing what has already been performed.

Samuel Johnson

Worry is a cycle of inefficient thoughts whirling around a center of fear.

Corrie Ten Boom

As a small boy Francis Crick had been haunted by a fear that by the time he grew up everything would have been discovered. Inspired by Arthur Mee

Matt Ridley

To fight fear, act. To increase fear -- wait, put off postpone.

Dr. David Schwartz

We need to practice acting in spite of fear, in spite of doubt, in spite of worry, in spite of uncertainty, in spite of inconvenience, in spite of discomfort, and even to practice acting when weĆ­re not in the mood to act

T. Harv Eker

A warrior never worries about his fear.

Carlos Castaneda

Overcoming fear and worry can be accomplished by living a day at a time or even a moment at a time. Your worries will be cut down to

Robert Anthony

Worry is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained.

Arthur Somers Rache

Fear nothing but what thy industry may prevent; be confident of nothing but what fortune cannot defeat; it is no less folly to fear what is impossible to be avoided than to be secure when there is a possibility to be deprived.

Francis Quarles

Grief has limits, whereas apprehension has none. For we grieve only for what we know has happened, but we fear all that possibly may happen

Pliny the Younger

Worry is a complete cycle of inefficient thought revolving about a pivot of fear


I keep the telephone of my mind open to peace, harmony, health, love and abundance. Then, whenever doubt, anxiety or fear try to call me, they keep getting a busy signal - and soon they'll forget my number

Edith Armstrong

With the unknown, one is confronted with danger, discomfort, and care; the first instinct is to abolish these painful states. First principle: any explanation is better than none. . . . The causal instinct is thus conditional upon, and excited by, the feeling of fear. The "why?" shall, if at all possible, not give the cause for its own sake so much as for a particular kind of cause -- a cause that is comforting, liberating, and relieving.

Friedrich Nietzsche

Worry is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained

Arthur Somers Roche

When you gain 50 pounds during pregnancy like I did, you fear that you'll never get back in shape

Charisma Carpenter
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