Heroic Related Quotes



“Instead of the classic, heroic story that we all so much want to see, we see a story about a man who unfortunately can't get together to do what he wants to do.”

Nancy Buirski


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“What makes one heroic? -- Going out to meet at the same time one's highest suffering and one's highest hope.”

Friedrich Nietzsche


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“We had two men to choose from, and Neil Armstrong, reticent, soft-spoken, and heroic was our only choice. He had no ego. He was not of a mind that, 'Hey, I'm going to be the first man on the moon!' That was never what Neil had in his head.”

Chris Kraft


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“It was a tragic, yet heroic event.”

Scott Davis


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“The man who emerges is truly heroic, and that was a surprise for me, ... This is a greathearted fellow, for all his failings ... a very warm, full-dimensional human being.”

David Mccullough


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“They are a heroic fish, a species which humans can identify with.”

Ken Fox


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“We recognize that pharmacists have done a heroic job in the first two weeks. We're working very hard to make sure that won't happen again.”

Gary Karr


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“Tenors are noble, pure and heroic and get the soprano, if she has not tragically expired before the final curtain. But baritones are born villains in opera. Always the heavy and never the hero-that's me.”

Leonard Warren


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“When your logo and your brand is associated with a champion of this caliber, and you hear about his heroic comeback from cancer _ I can't say that in our wildest imagination we ever felt that promotion would be that successful or give so many rich rewards.”

Norm Scherstrom


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“One would like to be grand and heroic, if one could; but if not, why try at all? One wants to be very something, very great, very heroic; or if not that, then at least very stylish and very fashionable. It is this everlasting mediocrity that bores me.”

Harriet Beecher Stowe


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