Fear (026-050)

Fear is greater than danger.
— Swedish

Fear is one part of prudence.
— English

Fear is stronger than love.
— English

Fear keeps the garden better than the gardener.
— English

Fear life but do not fear death.
— Russian

Fear God, and next to God,
fear him that has no fear of God.
— Polish

Fear God, but be wary of men.
— Yiddish

Fear has a quick ear.
— English

Fear never uses a donkey to ride away.
— Mexican

Fear not the law, but the judge.
— Russian

Fear of the grave comes with old age.
— African (Swahili)

Fear of the law gives safety.
— Greek

Fear surrounds the place where
a snake disappeared in the bush.
— African (Jabo)

Fear and love do not walk together.
— Lithuanian

Fear and shame much sin does tame.
— English

Fear guards the vineyard.
— Spanish

Fear gives wings.
— English

Fear makes people loving.
— American

Fear is greater than danger.
— Swedish

Fear in the forest is shame at home.
— African (Hausa)

Fear has large eyes.
— Russian

Foolish fear doubles danger.
— English

Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
— English

He that fears danger in time seldom feels it.
— English

He that always fears danger always feels it.
— English

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