Theodore Roosevelt quote about life from Theodore Roosevelt; an Autobiography - But life is a great adventure, and the worst of all fears is the fear of living.
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But life is a great adventure, and the worst of all fears is the fear of living.
 Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt; an Autobiography (1913). copy citation

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“It is impossible to win the great prizes of life without running risks, and the greatest of all prizes are those connected with the home. No father and mother can hope to escape sorrow and anxiety, and there are dreadful moments when death comes very near those we love, even if for the time being it passes by. But life is a great adventure, and the worst of all fears is the fear of living. There are many forms of success, many forms of triumph. But there is no other success that in any shape or way approaches that which is open to most of the many, many men and women who have the right ideals.” source

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