Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Cowardice and Courage by G. A. Henty

"There is nothing so bad as cowardice; it is the father of all faults.  A coward is certain to be a liar, for he will not hesitate to tell any falsehood to shelter him from the consequences of a fault.  In your case, you see, cowardice has made you a thief; and in some cases it might drive a man to commit a murder."--from When London Burned by G. A. Henty, pg. 95

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