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I want it to be remembered that Ozzy was the first celebrity who was brave enough to open up his private life to the public. He was the first.
I know these are going to sound like school reading-list suggestions, but if you like dystopian fiction, you should check out some of the originals: 'Anthem,' by Ayn Rand; '1984,' by George Orwell; or 'Brave New World,' by Aldous Huxley.
For me, when I'm writing something really personal, I don't feel good about it. It's weird that people can connect to it and like something that came from a really crap place. You have to be quite brave to write about something that you honestly feel and think.
I'm not claiming to be anything out of the ordinary. I am not especially big or strong or brave or intrepid.
To be able to live and train in Iraq under these circumstances you need to be brave.
I have always been a coward as a child. I am not very brave. I am very aware of the fact that I am not very gutsy.
I consider myself straight, but if I met a guy tomorrow and fell in love with him, would I be brave enough to accept that without having to change the way I look at myself?
He must be independent and brave, and sure of himself and of the importance of his work, because if he isn't he will never survive the scorching blasts of derision that will probably greet his first efforts.
Robert E. Sherwood
The brave and capable women who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have performed admirably.
A brave mind is always impregnable.
I was not a particularly brave child, I think, because I had a narrative mind, because my mind automatically went to any terrible thing that could happen.
I don't know if I'm brave.
Sacha Baron Cohen
I courted fame but as a spur to brave and honest deeds; who despises fame will soon renounce the virtues that deserve it.
I think I was always subconsciously driven by an attempt to restate that faith and to show where it was properly grounded, how it grew out of what a great many young men on both sides felt and believed and were brave enough to do.
I'm a very brave person. I can go to North Vietnam, I can challenge my government, but I can't challenge the man I'm with if means I'm going to end up alone.
It's a brave new world. I'm 42 years old. I certainly wasn't out in high school.
I feel that when I began writing, I had a need to know more about the play before I got into it. I think that's the way I was thinking. But my actual experience is that the best way to find out what the structure is, is by writing the play out laterally. You just have got to be brave enough to start without knowing where you are going.
I don't much care who is gay or straight or married or not. I mostly notice if they are brave enough to confront bigotry.
'Holy Smoke' is very brave because I don't think it's easy to watch.
Brave people are the firemen who run into the burning building. That's brave.
Readers of fiction read, I think, for a deeper embrace of the world, of reality. And that's brave. I never get over being thankful for that - for the courage of my readers.
Through the centuries, over 1.2 million brave men and women have given their lives for our nation.
Civil rights was not an impossible dream. Thousands of brave African Americans stepped forward to make it happen.
I have a little tiny Emily Dickinson so big that I carry in my pocket everywhere. And you just read three poems of Emily. She is so brave. She is so strong. She is such a sexy, passionate, little woman. I feel better.
I think I'm brave because I've made decisions based - I hope not entirely selfishly - on what I think is right for me to do next.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
John F. Kennedy
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