This week I offer quirky, unusual and profound <<perhaps meaningless 🙂 >> quotes that directly and indirectly refer to courage, cowardice and all that is ‘in their between’.
How could we be capable of forgetting the old myths that stand at the threshold of all mankind, myths of dragons transforming themselves at the last moment into princesses.
Perhaps all dragons in our lives are really princesses waiting to see us – just once –being beautiful and courageous.
~ Rainer Maria Rilke
The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.
~ H. P. Lovecraft
Following are a few thoughtful thoughts – related to the quotes:
- Can dragons become princesses?
- Who am I?
- Do I begin each day anew?
- How powerful is my fear of the unknown?
- Have I apologized?
- Am I one of the (m)asses?
- Love? Or Not.
- Am I cowardly? Need I be ashamed?
- Dare I fail? Live?