Friday, October 26, 2012

The Most Difficult Question in History

Henry Lawrence , a brilliant British governor of Punjab prophetically saw this as early as 1850s when he wrote "Courage goes much by opinion ; and many a man behaves as a hero or a coward, according as he considers he is expected to behave.Once two Roman Legions held Britain ; now as many Britons might hold Italy.

How do you explain this ?

Agha H Amin

1 comment:

  1. Courage goes by the moment; a man can be a coward in one situation and yet ready to die for a cause in the next. Its a combination of belief and timing. We all have a hero and a coward inside us.