friendship, Bill Clinton
The humbleness of a warrior is not the humbleness of the beggar. The warrior lowers his head to no one, but at the same time, he doesn’t permit anyone to lower his head to him. The beggar, on the other hand, falls to his knees at the drop of a hat and scrapes the floor to anyone he deems to be higher; but at the same time, he demands that someone lower than him scrape the floor for him.
It is not the trappings that make the prince, nor, indeed, the sword that makes the warrior.
Book I: The Book of Three (1964)
Brave, unconcerned, mocking, violent â€“ thus wisdom wants us: she is a woman, and loves only a warrior.
Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1885) Part I, Chapter 7 "On Reading and Writing"
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