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Henry IV I 2012 - Richard Brinsley Sheridan - William Shakespeare - Homer - Michel de Montaigne - Ralph Waldo Emerson - Miguel de Cervantes -  

 

 

46,112.  The best part of valour is discretion.  (Shakespeare & Valour)  Henry IV I 2012 starring Roger Allam & Oliver Cotton & Jamie Parker & Joseph Timms & Sam Crane & Jason Baughan & Patrick Brennan & William Gaunt & Christopher Godwin & Daon Broni et al, director Dominic Dromgoole, Globe Theatre Sky Arts, Falstaff

 

 

92,531.  My valour is certainly going! - it is sneaking off! - I feel it oozing out as it were at the palms of my hands!  Richard Brinsley Sheridan, The Rivals

 

 

92,532.  The better part of valour is discretion.  William Shakespeare, I Henry IV V iv 118-119, Sir John to Prince Harry

 

 

92,533.  The vapour of our valour will o’erturn them.  William Shakespeare, Henry V IV ii 24, Constable

 

92,534.  For thou art framed of the firm truth of valour.  ibid.  IV iii 14, Exeter

 

92,535.  He is as full of valour as of kindness,

Princely in both.  (Valour & Kindness)  ibid.  IV iii 15-16, Clarence

 

 

92,536.  For valour, is not love a Hercules,

Still climbing trees in the Hersperides?  William Shakespeare, Love’s Labour’s Lost IV iii 340

 

 

92,541.  He’s truly valiant that can suffer wisely

The worst that man can breathe and make his wrongs

His outsides, to wear them like his raiment, carelessly;

And ne'er prefer his injuries to his heart.

To bring it into danger.  William Shakespeare, Timon of Athens III v 31

 

 

92,537.  If you are very valiant, it is a god I think who gave you this gift.  Homer, The Iliad

 

 

92,538.  Valour is strength, not of legs and arms, but of heart and soul; it consists not in the worth of our horse or our weapons, but in our own.  Michel de Montaigne, Cannibales

 

 

92,539.  Valour consists in the power of self-recovery, so that a man cannot have his flank turned, cannot be out-generaled, but put him where you will, he stands.  This can only be by his preferring truth to his past apprehension of truth; and his alert acceptance of it, from whatever quarter; the intrepid conviction that his laws, his relations to society, his Christianity, his world may at any time be superseded and decease.  Ralph Waldo Emerson 

 

 

92,540.  Valour lies just halfway between rashness and cowardice.  Miguel de Cervantes