Fear (051-075)

He that fears death lives not.
— English

He that hopes not for good fears not evil.
— English

He that lives ill, fear follows him.
— English

He who fears to suffer, suffers from fear.
— French

He that hopes not for good fears not evil.
— English

He that fears death lives not.
— English

He who has a straw tail is always
in fear of its catching fire.
— Italian

He who is feared by many,
fears many.
— German

He who has been bitten by a snake
fears a decayed rope.
— Japanese

He who has nothing fears nothing.
— French

He who would gather roses must not fear thorns.
— Dutch

He that fears every bush must never go a-birding.
— English

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

Wise fear begets care.
— English

Hope keeps alive the poor; fear kills the rich.
— Finnish

If the wolf feared rain, he would wear a cloak.
— Greek

If all your life you have had a clear conscience,
you need not fear a knock at the door at midnight.
— Chinese

If a man is evil, men fear him, but Heaven does not.
— Chinese

In a true heart, there is no fear.
— African (Annang)

It is good to fear the worst,
the best will be the welcomer.
— Scottish

It is folly to fear what one cannot avoid.
— Danish

It is time to fear when tyrants seem to kiss.
— English

It needs a high wall to keep out fear.
— Danish

It is the path you do not fear that
the wild beast catches you on.
— African (Ashanti)

It's better to fear than to be frightened.
— Hungarian

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