"To dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily.
To not dare is to lose oneself."
by:
Soren Kierkegaard
(1813-1855) Danish philosopher
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Kierkegaard's thoughts are welcome. His sentiments represent the courage required to seek wisdom and real truth, not the hollow bravado of the foolish. More, please!!
 -- BRIAN BLANCHETTE, RICHMOND     
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    A great philosopher.If wisdom is the measureing stick for action,each dare will be appropriate and each outcome will enhance personel development.(In my opinion)
     -- KS     
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    I consider Kierkegaard expresses his idea well due to it is necessary to go away to know one-self better. The majority of people prefer security therefore they do not take the riks, mainly in social matters.
     -- Ruben Neyra, Mexico City     
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