Bertrand Russell Quote
But courage in fighting is by no means the only form, nor perhaps even the most important. There is courage in facing poverty, courage in facing derision, courage in facing the hostility of one's own herd. In these, the bravest soldiers are often lamentably deficient. And above all there is the courage to think calmly and rationally in the face of danger, and to control the impulse of panic fear or panic rage.
Why I Am Not a Christian: And Other Essays on Religion and Related Subjects (ed. Simon and Schuster, 1957) - ISBN: 9780671203238