Timid Related Quotes



Everyone has his own reality in which, if one is not too cautious, timid or frightened, one swims. This is the only reality there is.

Henry Miller


With pencil there is a tendency to be timid, either using very faint lines or erasing bad lines... Line sketching tends to emphasize the structure of a drawing rather than the nuances of media..

Paul Laseau


Most modern freedom is at root fear. It is not so much that we are too bold to endure rules; it is rather that we are too timid to endure responsibilities.

Gilbert K. Chesterton


We must not be timid from a fear of committing faults: the greatest fault of all is to deprive oneself of experience.

Luc De Clapiers


Life is gamble, It's harsh and painful most of the time, and it's not for the timid. Spoils go to the victor, not to the one who doesn't even show up for the battle." -Acheron

Sherrilyn Kenyon


Then rose from sea to sky the wild farewell Then shriek'd the timid, and stood still the brave, Then some leap'd overboard with fearful yell, As eager to anticipate their grave.

Lord Byron


Who then will dare to say I'm weak or timid? No, they'll say I'm loyal as a friend, ruthless as a foe, so much like a hero destined for glory.

Euripides


A modest man is steady, an humble man timid, and a vain one presumptuous.

Mary Wollstonecraft


Spirit is now a very fashionable word: to act with Spirit, to speak with Spirit, means only to act rashly, and to talk indiscreetly. An able man shows his Spirit by gentle words and resolute actions; he is neither hot nor timid.

Lord Chesterfield


The little cares, fears, tears, timid misgivings, sleepless fancies of I don't know how many days and nights, were forgotten under one moment's influence of that familiar, irresistible smile.

William Makepeace Thackeray