“There, where I have passed, the grass will never grow gain.”
— Attila the Hun
“Trample the weak. Hurdle the dead.”
“It is not enough that I succeed, everyone else must fail.”
“It takes less courage to criticize the decisions of others than to stand by your own.”
“Superficial goals lead to superficial results.”
“For what fortress, what city, in the wide extent of the Roman empire, can hope to exist, secure and impregnable, if it is our pleasure that it should be erased from the earth?”
“Chieftains must understand that the spirit of the law is greater than its letter.”
“Everybody has value; even if to serve as a bad example.”
“Do not underestimate the power of an enemy, no matter how great or small, to rise against you another day.”
“Never arbitrate. Arbitration allows a third party to determine your destiny. It is a resort of the weak.”
“It’s not that I succeed, it’s that everyone else has to fail, horribly, preferably in front of their parents.”
“It is unfortunate when final decisions are made by chieftains headquartered miles away from the front, where they can only guess at conditions and potentialities known only to the captain of the battlefield.”
“If an incompetent chieftain is removed, seldom do we appoint his highest-ranking subordinate to his place.”
We're on a mission of turning inspiring quotes into beautiful wallpapers. Start your week with a motivational kick. Don't miss out on our next weekly batch.
Join 48,000+ other people and subscribe to Quotefancy Weekly Digest.
© 2020 Quotefancy. All rights reserved.