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500 Battle Quotes

6. “Always keep your foes confused. If they are never certain who you are or what you want, they cannot know what you are like to do next.” – George R.R. Martin

7. “Where the battle rages, there the of the soldier is proved.” – Martin Luther

8. “having nothing to struggle Against they have nothing to struggle For.” –

9. “Sisters in battle, I am shield and blade to you. As I breathe, your enemies will know no sanctuary. While I live, your cause is mine.” – Leigh Bardugo

10. “Every man should lose a battle in his youth, so he does not lose a war when he is old.” – George R.R. Martin

11. “Unless one lives and loves in the trenches, it is difficult to remember that the war against dehumanization is ceaseless.” –

12. “Frank heard a laugh behind him. He glanced back and couldn’t believe what he saw. Nico di Angelo was actually smiling. “That’s more like it,” Nico said. “Let’s turn this tide!” – Rick Riordan

13. “There will come a time in your life when you lose something that matters to you. You’ll fight for it and you won’t win. But what really matters isn’t the war you’re waging, it’s that you don’t lose the person you are in the midst of the battle.” – J. Sterling

14. “You don’t get it, Clary. You don’t understand what it’s like to live always at war, to grow up with battle and sacrifice. I guess it’s not your fault. It’s just how you were brought up.” – Cassandra Clare

15. “If you will not die for us, you cannot ask us to die for you.” – Jacqueline Carey

16. “If your enemy offers you two targets, strike at a third.” – Robert Jordan

17. “Life… For some it is battle for others its dance… For rich it is party for poor it is chance!” – Nino Varsimashvili

18. “There are always risks in battle. It’s a dangerous business. The trick is to take the right ones.’ [said Halt]. ‘How do you know which are the right ones?’ Shigeru asked. Halt glanced at his two younger companions. They grinned and answered in chorus, ‘You and see if you win.” – John Flanagan

19. “Some victories are merely defeat wearing the wrong clothing.” – Kiersten White

20. “Then he heard a terrible cry that pulled at his insides, that expressed agony of a kind that neither flame nor curse could cause, and he stood up, swaying, more frightened than he had been that day, more frightened, perhaps, than he had been in his whole life…” – J.K. Rowling

21. “It is for your own good to love a dare-devil rather than a holy coward. A dare-devil is a unique devil, battling your fears, your pains, conquering your uncertainties, carrying you his arms, and flying out of the corrosive fire. The coward is a trickster serpent, which vanishes in your time of despair, and appears in time of equanimity.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

22. “The day of battle dawned as the fresh-bitten thigh of a maiden.” – Roger Zelazny

23. “Nice jewelry and a boys corpse. Oh you’re so pretty.” – Koushun Takami

24. “The biggest battle is the war against ignorance.” – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

25. “Wait, I got it. We, uh, won the battle and lost the war, or was it the other way around? ‘Cause around here, it’s hard to tell sometimes.” – Kami Garcia

26. “The most critical time in any battle is not when I’m fatigued, it’s when I no longer care.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

27. “Ella was fluttering above him, dodging missiles and calling out advice: “The groin. The Earthborn’s groin is sensitive.” SMASH! “Good. Yes. Tyson found its groin.” – Rick Riordan

28. “Whenever we want to combat our enemies, first and foremost we must start by understanding them rather than exaggerating their motives.” – Criss Jami

29. “Fight on, brave knights! Man dies, but glory lives! Fight on; death is better than defeat! Fight on brave knights! for bright eyes behold your deeds!” – Walter Scott

30. “It is a long-cherished tradition among a certain type of military thinker that huge casualties are the main thing. If they are on the other side then this is a valuable bonus.” – Terry Pratchett

31. “By and large, the truth is not merely a fierce battle with ignorance and fallacy, but, first and foremost, a combat with our own preconceived ideas and aprioristic conceptions.” – Erik Pevernagie

32. “The rush of battle is often a potent and lethal addiction, for war is a drug.” – Chris Hedges

33. “In the art of war, if you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the approaching battles. But if you know only yourself and not the enemy, for every victory, there will also be defeat.” – Emily Thorne

34. “I thought you were dead.” Magnus smiled crookedly. “What, from that scratch?” He glanced down at the reddening jacket in Alec’s hand. “Okay, a deep scratch. Like, from a really, really big cat.” – Cassandra Clare

35. “A battle is won by the side that is absolutely determined to win. Why did we lose the battle of Austerlitz? Our casualties were about the same as those of the French, but we had told ourselves early in the day that the battle was lost, so it was lost.” –

36. “Though you might conquer in battle A thousand times a thousand men, You’re the greatest battle-winner If you conquer just one – yourself.” – Unknown

37. “We’re supposed to strive for harmony, and that’s what the art of tea is supposed to accomplish… but harmony is very, very difficult to achieve in this country. Tea ceremony is powerless. But it’s also not such a bad thing either. You should enjoy it while you can.” – Koushun Takami

38. “Change back to your ugly self before I change your face for you,” Logan said, Silver Frost.” – Kailin Gow

39. “Come,’ he said, ‘come, we must see and act. Devils or no devils, or all the devils at once, it matters not; we fight him all the same.” – Bram Stoker

40. “A warrior fears the battle he missed. More than any fight he can make his own, he fears the fight that’s gone, that ended without him, that no feat of arms can change.” – Mark Lawrence

41. “And he smote the Balrog upon the mountainside.” – J.R.R. Tolkien

42. “It’s only a scratch, don’t cut my arm off!” – Carrie Vaughn

43. “You cannot choose your battlefield, God does that for you; But you can plant a standard Where a standard never flew.” – Nathalia Crane

44. “Live Free or Die; Death is Not the Worst of Evils.” – John Stark

45. “Don’t worry know what you can’t change. rest when you can so you’ll be ready for tomorrows battle.” – Richelle Mead

46. “Remorse has no place in a warrior’s mind… A war is like a game of chess, Nicholaa. Every battle is like a well-thought-out move on the board. Once it begins, there shouldn’t be any emotion involved whatsoever.” – Julie Garwood

47. “The only way to efficiently battle evil is to copy enough to know how to counter each argument, yet not enough to believe all the bullshit.” – Will Advise

48. “Only a battle lost is sadder than a battle won.” – Robert Jordan

49. “I find it rude to laugh at a man with a sword.” – Derek Landy

50. “A beautiful battle is one you don’t have to fight.” – Robert Jordan

51. “When heaven joins the battle against you, who could stand?” – Stephen R. Lawhead

52. “Do not hate the player, nor the game… rule it!” – T.F. Hodge

53. “One hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the most skillful, subduing the other’s military without battle is the most skillful.” –

54. “Battle for the sake of honor may be a fine thing for bards to sing of, but it is no way to preserve one’s homeland.” – Jacqueline Carey

55. “All the trials we endure cannot be compared to these interior battles.” – Teresa of Ávila

56. “To live is – to war with trolls In the holds of the heart and mind.” – Henrik Ibsen

57. “If the universe does consist of a battle between the and God, the final analysis should conclude that religion would have been the devil’s most brilliant move and science, God’s.” – Steve Maraboli

58. “Life is not a battle to win but a melody to sing.” – Amit Ray

59. “a soldier lives always for the next battle, because he knows that before it arrives impossible changes can occur in his favor.” – James A. Michener

60. “Like a falling star, he descended on the Tarbh Cró, a Cassiline berserker, his sword biting and slashing like a silver snake.” – Jacqueline Carey

61. “Insurgence and all forms of evil in a society doesn’t describes her as a failure, but vividly shows a lack of love for one another.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

62. “When the Wolf King carries the hammer, thus are the final days known. marries the raven, and the trumpets of battle are blown.” – Robert Jordan

63. “Kill every enemy twice, Wilky said. Better than gettin’ shot by a soldier pretending to be dead.” – Joseph Bruchac

64. “Humility and pride will forever battle whenever or wherever love is concerned.” – Jeremy Aldana

65. “For marriage is like life in this – that it is a field of battle, and not a bed of roses.” – Robert Louis Stevenson

66. “Never give up on the fight until you win the belt.” – Israelmore Ayivor

67. “Failure of your first attempt does not mean you can’t be a winner of great battles; it rather means, you must trigger only when your target is in focus.” – Israelmore Ayivor

68. “As long as you want the belt, don’t run away from the fight. Do what it takes to win the battles you face.” – Israelmore Ayivor

69. “Without love, life was nothing but endless tasks and battles.” – Michelle M. Pillow

70. “Warriors want a worthy opponent. There is no redress in fighting the pathetic.” – Donna Lynn Hope

71. “For Hanalea the Warrior!” – Cinda Williams Chima

72. “To have reservations is to show . To have certainty without question, to lead people to battle with no qualms, or to prosecute without hesitation are qualities of a tyrant.” – Laura Kreitzer

73. “Ultimately, in the battle against lies and violence, truth and love have no other weapon than the witness of suffering.” – Pope Benedict XVI

74. “The dust cannot fight against the wind; the wind cannot fight against the mountain. Everything and everyone has a battle to lose!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

75. “… the experience of battle forever divides those who talk of nothing else but its prospect from those who talk of everything else but its memory.” – James D. Hornfischer

76. “I have to get stronger, harder, and faster. The only way to get hard enough to walk the Apocalypse Road is in the crucible of battle.” – Cedric Nye

77. “The first kill is the one you remember – but the hundredth? That is what history will.” – Nenia Campbell

78. “Keep the lanterns burning against the night. Hold the darkness at bay.” – Elizabeth D. Marie

79. “Social media is a mirror image of our present lifestyle. You are surrounded by dozens of ‘Friends’, yet you cannot count on a single soul.” – Kanika Saini

80. “In the end, you have to fight your own battles.” – Kanika Saini

81. “There was a great roar and a surge towards the foot of the stairs; he was pressed back against the wall as they ran past him, the mingled members of the Order of the Phoenix, Dumbledore’s Army and Harry’s old Quidditch team, all with their wands drawn, heading up into the main castle.” – J.K. Rowling

82. “Your lordship’s servant has a sensible, natural, pretty idea of military matters; somewhat irregular, though, and smells a little too much of selling the bear’s skin before he has hunted him.” – Walter Scott

83. “Anything worth fighting for requires us to be willing to suffer to protect it.” – C.A.A. Savastano

84. “Pray until the impossible is not.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

85. “You cannot withdraw the army to survive the battle.” – Vineet Raj Kapoor

86. “I feel like I am in a constant battle with myself. I am being pushed and pulled in two different directions.” – Krystalle Bianca

87. “You win by sensuality what you cannot win by force.” – Lebo Grand

88. “In a wordy battle with trivial dogmatic mentalities , I win by sandwiching my perspectives between my upper lip tubercle and lower lip tubercle.” – Spriha Kant

89. “We all battle till our respirations aren’t ceased.” – Spriha Kant

90. “In a war, you used any weapon at hand to win an individual battle, and then you regrouped and fought the next one. And the next. All all the ones that followed.” – Alex North

91. “Know your enemy’s heart if you wish to feast upon it.” – Amie Kaufman

92. “It was hard to conceive of one so young roped into the war, but that was war for you. Jacob was just shy of twice his age and had avoided the rope so far. He thought that was a good thing. You see, the rope’d hang you.” – Dean F. Wilson

93. “You don’t always get what you wish for, you know. I think you’re forgetting that we all could’ve died for this mission. Some of us did.” – Kayla Krantz

94. “Be the last soldier in a never-ending battle, life is nothing more…” – Arash Pakravesh

95. “Life is a battle between fear and courage. When fear wins, you lose; when courage wins, you struggle to get stronger.” – Debasish Mridha

96. “In battle, It’s not our enemy that defeats us but our own fear.” – Emmanuel Apetsi

97. “Wisdom is earned trench by trench, street by street, from one battle line to the next.” – Barbara Nickless

98. “As in a longstanding civil war – art, religion, and all the other foot soldiers of history march with feet rising in contradiction and falling to the drumbeat of reconciliation toward a shared fate: a final battle and a final peace.” – Michael Shindler

99. “The global population is fighting a losing battle with man-made environmental radiation.” – Steven Magee

100. “When you learn to find rhythm in any situation, half of battle is already won.” – Purvi Raniga

101. “But then the war didn’t always harden you on the outside. The desert did that. The war crisped you up within.” – Dean F. Wilson

102. “I would be there, too, long after the armies had parted ways. I would pick up the pieces their senseless fighting had brought on.” – K.V. Wilson

103. “Believe that God has won the battle.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

104. “Unchecked tongue, temper and temptation compels the use of musket, machine gun and missile.” – Amit Kalantri

105. “The soldier fell as if he were asleep. In , you see blood. Dark as spilled wine, it spreads on the rocks. It spreads on flower. It spreads.” – Florian Armas

106. “As long as the battle is won, what does it matter who the ” – Amie Kaufman

107. “In such a fight, he thought he might be able to feel the demon in the man become more apparent, but his struggle seemed altogether human. To win this battle, Jacob thought he might have to instead find the demon in himself.” – Dean F. Wilson

108. “Nothing is wrong in fighting a battle, but something is wrong in fighting a wrong battle.” – Bamigboye Olurotimi

109. “The greatest battle is the one you have with yourself. On a daily basis.” – Robert Celner

110. “In the epic battle between the brain and the heart, the heart usually wins.” – R.J. Intindola

111. “Before picking fights, learn to assess your opponents.” – Tamuna Tsertsvadze

112. “I will sing to you. As your ship burns and your soul flees, I will sing. To the contest we had.” – Brandon Sanderson

113. “He talks a lot. He thinks is he playing a game, but this is a game of my rules.” – Oleksander Usyk

114. “If you think me weak, bring forth your champion and let me do battle with him. And kill in that childish way of the Franks? Full of pomp and bravado? We are masters of death here. We do not play at it.” – Iris Johansen

115. “True victory lies in your role in the conflict, not in coming through safely: it consists in the honour of battling bravely not battling through.” – Montaigne

116. “In whatever battle we’re facing, we too often lose hope. And once we’ve lost hope we’ve not only lost the battle, we’ve lost everything else as well.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

117. “Greatness can never be achieved when you fight only the battles you know you can win but in fighting battles that have greatness embedded in them.” – Ikechukwu Izuakor

118. “Those who declare war are seldom those who fight.” – Wayne Gerard Trotman

119. “A large part of the battle is not wanting to fight it, for if that were not the case we might be fighting something but it would not be a battle.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

120. “The reason that I can’t find the enemy is that I have yet to look within myself.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

121. “What you hold in your hand is empowered by what you have in your heart. For power that is not infused by passion only has the illusion of power.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

122. “Maybe I can’t fight this battle because I was never supposed to in the first place. And maybe that’s because God wanted me to ‘sit this one out’ so that He could step up and ‘take this one out.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

123. “Bullets – to a philosopher my dear Mamma – are not worth considering. I do not believe the Gods would create so potent a being as myself for so prosaic an ending.” – Winston S. Churchill

124. “I do not worry about corrupt corporate controlled governments ignoring climate change and global warming, as I know that Mother Nature will ultimately win the battle at the expense of over seven billion people on planet Earth.” – Steven Magee

125. “War was a sorrier business than storybooks told.” – Ralph Peters

126. “Everyone will fight when the things they love are at stake. regardless of whether they have powers.” – Kayla Krantz

127. “Calling for peace means that war is inevitable.” – Mladen Đorđević

128. “Forty-two, Master Legolas!’ he cried. ‘Alas! My axe is notched: the forty-second had an iron collar on his neck.” – J.R.R. Tolkien

129. “She is a soldier trapped inside a barbed-wire fence, but she is still at war and the battlefield is her own body, and perhaps, she has come to realize as a prisoner, that is where it has always been.” – Maaza Mengiste

130. “Any battle fought without the approval of God, is in vain.” – Gift Gugu Mona

131. “No one can ever win a battle against God, because none is greater than Him.” – Gift Gugu Mona

132. “Victories are for God’s glory. If you know, you never won the battle on your own; do not forget to give God the glory.” – Gift Gugu Mona

133. “You will be struck, and when you are the force of it must not stagger you, the pain of it must not slow you, the shock of it must not cause you to doubt.” – Joe Abercrombie

134. “The most honourable and important battles begin when nobody wants to admit that there is a war going on.” – Luigina Sgarro

135. “Every war is different, yet each battle is the same. The enemy is only a distraction. The thing you are fighting against, always, is yourself.” – Jennifer Donnelly

136. “The strongest yet the biggest battle is to fight from yourself, for yourself. No one can even imagine the battle one goes through every day. So be strong, be courageous as You are Amazing! And the greatest warrior.” – Meeran W. Malik

137. “The great object of life is sensation – to feel that we exist, even though in pain. It is this ‘craving void’ which drives us to gaming – to battle- to travel – to intemperate but keenly felt pursuits of every description, whose principal attraction is the agitation inseparable from their accomplishment.” – Lord Byron

138. “Just because they’d lost didn’t mean the battle hadn’t been worth waging.” – Karen Witemeyer

139. “A good life is never lived without a bit of risk, and this battle is well worth every one.” – Erin Forbes

140. “Life shouldn’t be a goddamned battle to smile.” – Nitya Prakash

141. “I realized that, in the heat of battle, I wasn’t fighting for my country. I fought for the guys next to me. We were brothers. I was prepared to die for them, and they were prepared to die for me. There is nothing stronger than that. Nothing.” – Sammy Lee Davis

142. “Are you kidding? If you want to know about fighting monsters, a six-year old is exactly who you ask.” – Greg Chivers

143. “A true fighter is not only fighting winnable battles, but also uncertainty battles.” – Intan Supraba

144. “You can’t beat Evil with Evil. Maybe to win a battle, but not the war.” – Soman Chainani

145. “Although it may be phenomenally difficult to ferret out at times, there is always something that I can appreciate in every tragedy that befalls me. And despite how small that bit of appreciation might be, if I start with that I will find that I am winning the battle before I ever start fighting it.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

146. “He fought alongside a royalist army against the usurpers during the Siege of Colchester and commanded those besieged in the city. He distinguished himself through his bravery.” – Zita Steele

147. “The battle didn’t just happen to happen. Rather, God invited us to the battle so that we could be left utterly breathless at the miraculous way that He won it. And once we witness that kind of victory, our need to fight anything is replaced by His ability to win everything.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

148. “I would rather lose the battle to my enemy than lose my integrity in the way that I fought the battle with my enemy.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

149. “Fight or be Fought.” – Unknown

150. “If life is a battlefield, many of us would be rejected as 4F, given a card, and sent home. What can we do to be ready for the battle of manhood? What can we do to reset ourselves, and get our lives healthy enough to thrive?” – Josh Hatcher

151. “When you have the legal rights for enforcement, warfare angel accompany you in battle.” – Ikechukwu izuakor

152. “Revenge is weak when provocation is the reason to prepare us strong for any battle.” – Alan Maiccon

153. “The last useless battle; someone will fall. Useless but useful, for nothing, for All.” – Donna Goddard

154. “She accepts the world as it is and the world accepts her thus. She is not mastered. What is done to her cannot confine what she will do.” – Seth Dickinson

155. “We must understand that every individual that we meet on the street, at office or even at our home is fighting a battle of their own we may or may not know anything about.” – Dr. Prem Jagyasi

156. “They call me Baelon the Brave,” the prince told his wife at her bedside, “but I would sooner fight a dozen battles than do what you’ve just done.” – George R.R. Martin

157. “No living thing ever defeated Tain Hu in battle. Only the tide could fight her. Only together could bring her down.” – Seth Dickinson

158. “Battles weren’t won by cowards.” – Amber R. Duell

159. “The bells of defeat strike the unprepared.” – Unknown

160. “Psychological research has shown that prejudice adversely affects both the targets and perpetrators. Does it make sense then to enter a losing battle, one which you come out of in the end a battered and bruised loser?” – Aysha Taryam

161. “There are people who are always insecure, dissatisfied and looking for a conflict. Unfortunately, the only way to deal with them is to cuz the battle they are fighting is not with you or everyone else around them, it is within themselves. Choose peace over being right.” – Nitya Prakash

162. “You won’t win every fight… but the key to success isn’t dominating every single battle; sometimes it’s retreating – living to fight another day when the odds are better, find your strengths, learn your weaknesses, pick your battles.” – Caleb Roehrig

163. “Don’t fight over dead Kings and Queens. The Kings never fought for you.” – Vineet Raj Kapoor

164. “Waiting to learn only from situations we encounter is a confirmed indication that the first battle will be lost; sometimes the second trial never comes, learn from other people’s wins & losses, and be battle ready when the encounter knocks on your door.” – Shahenshah Hafeez Khan

165. “I am Abdumasi of the House of Abd, master of ships, champion cat gambler, and I challenge you to mortal up-fuckery!” – Seth Dickinson

166. “I had been imagining what war was like – everything on fire, children crying, running about, and when we got to Stalingrad it really turned out to be like that, only more terrible.” – Vasily Grossman

167. “The most glorious battles in history are those with the biggest number of dead. As if we pay tribute to death and not to life.” – Ljupka Cvetanova

168. “They circled each other like gladiators in a ring, terrified to give an inch or lose their lives. Their weapons were words that slashed, stabbed and eviscerated the soul.” – Kiran Manral

169. “I will not crumble without a sword in hand.” – Erin Forbes

170. “All I get is calluses? They’ll be the best calluses in the world.” – Kieron Gillen

171. “Get down or we will shoot you from the wall,’ they cried. ‘This is no parley. You have nothing to say.’ ‘I have still this to say,’ answered Aragorn. ‘No enemy has yet taken the Hornburg. Depart, or not one of you will be spared. Not one will be left alive to take back tidings to the North. You do not know your peril.” – J.R.R. Tolkien

172. “The battle a fight with himself is equally fierce to the battle fought with the enemy, the winning of the first battle decides the fate of the second; winners are not the ones pushed in the battlefield but the ones who enter it willingly.” – Shahenshah Hafeez Khan

173. “I did not ride with the soldiers into battle. The soldiers followed me.” – E.Y. Laster

174. “If you want to be a real warrior, then here’s our secret to you: we fight to protect others. We fight to protect the ones we love, the ones we respect, the ones we want to see prospering and achieving their goals, gaining their happiness. We do not wait for any reward for what we do. That is what true heroism is. That is what a warrior does.” – Tamuna Tsertsvadze

175. “A fighter never gives up. His scars are his ornaments. He may never be whole, yet he’s bigger than all his battles and beautiful, even in his brokenness.” – Mona Soorma

176. “There’s always something to fight for.” – C.J. Redwine

177. “Sensual living is a tool of happiness in the battle of life.” – Lebo Grand

178. “What is a lost battle?… It is a battle one believes one has lost. …” – Isaiah Berlin

179. “I cannot confuse the ‘battle’ with the ‘war’. For out of my weakness I am bound to lose a battle, but out of God’s strength I am guaranteed to win the war.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

180. “Weapons are just an extension of how we feel (about ourselves and this world).” – Vineet Raj Kapoor

181. “I want to weep for lack of such a noble concept — a soldier’s right to refuse.” – Carlo Zen

182. “A battle for power is a battle for survival, and in such a battle there are no rules of conduct. Power will use whatever means are available to it with which to challenge the warrior.” – Théun Mares

183. “To offer your life in defense of another is a valiant, honorable way to die.” – Richelle E. Goodrich

184. “Believe that you can do something and half the battle is won before you start.” – Bill Arkwright

185. “The greatest battle is between the madness of desire and the reality of uncertainty.” – Saim .A. Cheeda

186. “Determination wins battles. Perseverance wins wars.” – Lieutenant Eclipse

187. “It was then that he gained the nickname adulescentulus carnifex: ‘kid butcher’ rather than enfant terrible.” – Mary Beard

188. “Sometimes we may need to lose a battle, to learn the best ways to win the war.” – Mouloud Benzadi

189. “It was always wise to pick your battles and this was one they could not win. Not, yet, anyway.” – Jason Medina

190. “It is easy, fast, to fight and die beside your brothers in the sun. It is harder to build, to teach, to live, and to remember.” – Max Gladstone

191. “The hardest battle you will fight is this one between your heart that feels the truth and your mind that refuses to accept.” – Sameh Elsayed

192. “Strength and warriorship are synonymous. To have strength you must practice not-doing. Every battle is an exercise in not-doing.” – Théun Mares

193. “Picking up a gun is easy, you can never put it back!” – Vineet Raj Kapoor

194. “The colours of the world had faded; not even the sun could make it past the death cloud surrounding the two armies.” – Konstantina P.

195. “No warrior runs away from his challenges, but, conversely, a warrior also chooses his battles. It is senseless to fight a battle in which there are no desired stakes.” – Théun Mares

196. “Congratulations. You have survived the war. Now live with the trauma.” – Lori Jenessa Nelson

197. “There are times in life when you must seclude yourself and battle your thoughts. There are also times when you must call in the troops. The key is knowing when to make the call.” – Sanjo Jendayi

198. “Only smart warrior decides which battle to fight first, and when.” – Sameh Elsayed

199. “You’re not defeated when you lose a battle. You are defeated when you give up the struggle.” – Mouloud Benzadi

200. “Having hope is half the battle. Without hope, there is no battle to win, no place to go. Without hope, you stay where you are forever.” – Avina Celeste

201. “He’d been around the island for a while, and I’m sorry to say that being bashed around in Battle and at raids had done nothing very good for his brains.” – Christina Henry

202. “Do you not hear the loud gallop of the Storm-riders and the thunderous battle horn from their Heralds, coming from the high seas? Night falls, and so will you.” – Mladen Đorđević

203. “What is at a peak is certain to decline. He who shows his hand will certainly be defeated. He who can prevail in battle by taking advantage of his enemy’s doubts is invincible.” – Cao Cao

204. “Follow the plan until it goes to shit, and then kill everything that isn’t human.” – Henry V. O’Neil

205. “On days such as this, Death’s long shadow hung like a broken halo over everyone—a sign of things to come.” – R.W. Patterson

206. “Warriors win battles, not by ignoring them, but through clarity.” – Théun Mares

207. “Focus on the win and you lose the battle, focus on the battle and you win.” – Toni Sorenson

208. “In battle, Musa told Tilo, enemies can’t break your spirit, only friends can.” – Arundhati Roy

209. “Warriors don’t worry, we win!” – SeKeithia Johnson

210. “Everyone who searches for power, without exception, searches for battle. Do you fight in order to become more powerful? Or do you want more power so you can fight?” – Lucifer

211. “when it comes to battle, discipline beats valor every time.” – George R.R. Martin

212. “The battle for hearts and minds begins in the field of memory. And in that field, age has no limit.” – Psyche Roxas-Mendoza

213. “Get Up, if you ever FALL Because Life is about Fighting Your Battles Stronger & Never Giving Up.” – Garima Pradhan

214. “He who has the obeisance for the battle shall have the courage to win ,solitary, the war.” – Yash Thakur

215. “The war dragged on, as wars tend to do.” – Kelsey Brickl

216. “The ground had opened up and spit out hell, Nell thought, and the detritus was Shiloh.” – Kelsey Brickl

217. “There is more for us to gain through love than hate.” – Suzy Kassem

218. “I cannot believe the path to victory lies in staining our souls so black we become indistinguishable from those we fight.” – Anthony Ryan

219. “Certain battles were won by retreating.” – Eoin Colfer

220. “War is ever the folly of the ignorant. But I have seen much to convince me some wars must be fought, to the bitterest end if need be.” – Anthony Ryan

221. “Only in war does the madman become sane.” – Anthony Ryan

222. “A father teaches his children that the battle is not determined by the enemy that stands around them, but by the God Who stands within them. And that lesson can only be driven home as they watch their father stand around them, while God stands within their father.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

223. “You must fight to make sure that your life does not just disappear into thin air. It is a battle of not allowing those your seconds, those your minutes to just disappear into thin air.” – Sunday Adelaja

224. “There is no Situation in which Arms can get an Answer. Arms only ensure, that there would Never be an Answer.” – Vineet Raj Kapoor

225. “While we tediously check our weaponry before entering into battle, do we check our hearts? For without exception, that is the greatest weapon of all.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

226. “For the first time in years, his heart raced, and the old excitement flickered inside him. The excitement of impending battle, clash of arms, danger and glory. Cei had almost forgotten it. To be alive, on the very cusp of death, was the greatest feeling of all.” – David Pilling

227. “There was no right or wrong during war. The setting sun made me realize that the ones who would live to see a new day would be the ones who are victorious. As with all the history of this world, the ones who won were always right.” – Shayne Colaco

228. “To deny the battle is unwise. To believe that I can fight it without God is insane. To actually do so is suicidal. No wonder so many of us walk around looking like death warmed over.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

229. “Bombs and bullets don’t discriminate.” – Sophie Masson

230. “It is no longer a matter of if there is a war; it is a matter of who will strike next.” – Emory R. Frie

231. “I don’t necessarily sit around inviting life to knock me down, but when it does I don’t wait around for an invitation to stand back up either.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

232. “Avoid trying to win tough battles on the silver platter. If the struggle is tough the success is sweet.” – Israelmore Ayivor

233. “Until you fight the battle against time, you won’t know how best to manage your time.” – Sunday Adelaja

234. “Despite how utterly massive they might be, it is never the size of the arsenal nor the strength of the warrior. Rather, it is a heart bent on sacrifice that is the most potent weapon of all.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

235. “Anything Freed with Guns will Go Back Eventually.” – Vineet Raj Kapoor

236. “Bureaucracy is a huge beast; deeply rooted, it exists even among artists; it’s an almost losing battle against it.” – Dejan Stojanovic

237. “Peace that follows battle is a futile peace. It is time to count dead and to assess which side stands closer to the win.” – J.E. DiPalo

238. “Bravery is when you walk into a battle you are not sure of winning.” – Jeffrey Fry

239. “Stop turning every others battle into yours. Sometimes amidst of all the wars, all you need to become is the lighthouse, not the sword.” – Akshay Vasu

240. “The thing about being everyone’s source of strenght: sometimes you forget that you need to draw strenght from others.” – Rick Riordan

241. “Once you are a warrior, you must live like one. You can’t be afraid to fight against and destroy anything that fights against what is right.” – Melita Tessy

242. “Believing there is a bridge from where you are to where you want to go is 99% of the battle. The other 1% is to cross it.” – Richie Norton

243. “I am the wind…I am death.” – Scott Sigler

244. “With discipline, you can lose weight, you can excel in work, you can win the war.” – Amit Kalantri

245. “There is never a guarantee of survival, no matter your strength or skill or wit. There is only the day you are conceived and the day you die, and all else is a series of moments you either embrace or endure.” – Rachel L. Schade

246. “We will not die cornered and cowering in the ruins of a dead city.” – Rachel L. Schade

247. “We cannot lose the battle, if we release our faith knowing that God can do a miracle.” – Sunday Adelaja

248. “Why do the return?” “What d’you mean?” Brandon looked lost all of a sudden. “I mean, they could go anywhere. They’re free…so why do they return to this place?” Brandon grinned. “Cause home’s home no matter how bleak.” – S.R. Crawford

249. “Battle is gruesome, but it is vigorous, alive. The aftermath is the worst of it: adrenaline fades, quiet sweeps in, and there’s nothing to distract you from the mess of bodies and disturbed earth.” – Darrell

250. “… life isn’t a battle between us and the rest of the world, but rather a battle to overcome ourselves – our inimitable egos …” – Renée Paule

251. “What do you want? What do you want? To see the world burn, and a new one be born from the ashes…” – S.R. Crawford

252. “An inconsistent political philosophy is that which feeds our battle yet starves our victory.” – Mike Klepper

253. “A fortress doesn’t fall unless its towers are weakened.” – S.R. Crawford

254. “Letti wasn’t born to pass through the world. She had been born to sit atop of it.” – S.R. Crawford

255. “There is no honour in battle, Dogalas. Men killing men…..no honour. Honour is doing a noble deed and living to tell about it.” He glanced over at him. “Remember that.” – Matia ben Ephraim

256. “I have always been their rock. A mother’s unconditional love is fervent enough to battle against the gates of hell, rise up from her knees and stand gallant, in spite of her gaping war wounds. If only they knew the battle fought and the flood of tearshed without having to endure such agony.” – Terry a. O’Neal

257. “Life’s battle don’t always go to the strongest or the fastest , but sooner or later the man who wins is the man who thinks he can.” – Unknown

258. “As we fulfill our dream and move toward success, we will not escape fighting.” – Sunday Adelaja

259. “The lincoln has its scars also. My fingerprints across its throat.” – Amie Kaufman

260. “Trouble cannot be avoided, you either go looking for it or it will come looking for you.” – Constance Friday

261. “It was as much a battle of wits and words as it was of mitts and swords.” – Dean F. Wilson

262. “Gabriel Oak: “It’s time for you to fight your own battles… and win them too.” – Thomas Hardy

263. “The outcome of battle is never in a warrior’s control. What is in his control is how he chooses to fight and what he chooses to fight for. Today, I choose to fight to keep the Anartas and Sindhuvarta free of the invaders – and I choose to fight such that the enemy will speak of me in their legends for generations to come.” – Shatrujeet Nath

264. “Advanced weaponry, victories in battle and space travel do not an advanced species or civilization make.” – Christina Engela

265. “Young warriors are always eager for battle. Old warriors know better.” – Robert Ferrigno

266. “True Martial Arts is universal, simple and practical. Anything else is too complex to be used in combat.” – Soke Behzad Ahmadi

267. “Every battle is won before it is fought.” – Sun Tzu

268. “With God, anything that stands against you will always be inferior to what resides within you.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

269. “A minor request,” said Mazer. “Let’s not refer to it as the training cage. ‘Training’ sounds laborious and regimented. Soldiers groan at the word. These men joined the IF to fight, sir. Let’s call it the Battle Room.” – Orson Scott Card

270. “In battle, it is not the strongest or the bravest or those with the greater numbers who win. Victory belongs to the side that best understands the price of defeat.” – Shatrujeet Nath

271. “Success doesn’t come with ease. As a matter of fact, the darkest lie you may have been told is that you will reap in abundance when you have sowed nothing. It is a big lie!” – Israelmore Ayivor

272. “We took off for the tree line, leaving the wounded soldiers to wonder how they’d been beaten by four misfits and a horse.” – Rachel Sharp

273. “For a chic and an honorable full victory, you must make your own fight and win your own battle entirely by yourself! Try to refuse any help to get a pure victory, a victory which belongs merely to yourself!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

274. “Before the battle begins and the outcome has been decided, let the adversary know that you are a fearless competitor, worthy of a second opinion.” – Bobby F. Kimbrough

275. “The word “Wisdom” was for the people who have high level of inferiority complex and who are battling with some hard times.” – Bikash Bhandari

276. “Time is your weapon, If you lose it, you will lose the battle.” – Khaled Ibrahim

277. “Words are better than weapons, wisdom is better than war.” – Amit Kalantri

278. “Peace ought not be regarded the height of civilization, else like barbarians we forever battle for peace.” – Criss Jami

279. “Battle is a frightening thing, a terrible thing, but once you develop a taste for it…nothing else comes close.” – Robert Ferrigno

280. “God be with you.’ ‘Thanks, but I think, in battle, I prefer Satan’s company.” – Robert Thier

281. “I have learned that it is one thing to kill in battle, to send a brave man’s soul to the corpse hall of the gods, but quite another to take a helpless man’s life…” – Bernard Cornwell

282. “Winning cannot become your habit unless defeats have torn you apart and you sit in the battle field stitching back yourself one piece at a time laughing in the faces of all defeats.” – Chetan M. Kumbhar

283. “Patience and Forgiveness are at the heart of A warrior’s success, they help engender necessary intervals of space and time to evaluate difficult encounters.” – Soke Behzad Ahmadi

284. “Sometimes, if your opponent is determined to win the battle, let him win the wrong battle.” – Clifford Cohen

285. “The man who shouts wins battles; the quiet man wins the war.” – Robert Ferrigno

286. “If chaos is a masterpiece, Then you should see my heart, If battle scars are beautiful, Then I’m a work of art.” – Kyra Jackson

287. “Every temptation comes with a choice.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

288. “Can survive in winter?” – Gina Marinello-Sweeney

289. “Life is about love and as a country that stands united, we lose in the battle that we call love.” – Jonathan Anthony Burkett

290. “This is my empire, Uriang-Khadai. I will not be made to leave. Ready the tumans for battle, Orlok. I will face my enemies and I will destroy them.” – Conn Iggulden

291. “The looters comes with the carrion crows after every battle.” – George R.R. Martin

292. “Division and separation means no harm to the society. It makes everyone unique.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

293. “Never speak of defeat before battle.” – George R.R. Martin

294. “As we come marching, marching, we battle too for men, For they are women’s children, and we mother them again. Our lives shall not be sweated from birth until life closes; Hearts starve as well as bodies; give us bread, but give us roses!” – James Oppenheim

295. “We probably lose the battles, but we win the wars!” – Deyth Banger

296. “Justice is not an easy battle to win; some get to the fact, some get fucked.” – M.F. Moonzajer

297. “Battle scars were not a commodity that I was accustomed to selling, least of all to myself.” – Gina Marinello-Sweeney

298. “Yes, it is,” I whispered, “and one day the spell will not cause you to forget it.” – Gina Marinello-Sweeney

299. “After all, plans are one thing; then the battle happens.” – Aleksandra Layland

300. “Be prepared before you fight a battle.” – Regillio Hardjopawiro

301. “Screams and laughter simultaneously rent the air. Women were being physically harassed by the soldiers who had just killed their husbands, fathers and brothers. After the battle, men would win but the women always lost.” – Sandeep Sharma

302. “Disease could wipe out an army quicker than any battle.” – George R.R. Martin

303. “She’s still clinging to the side of her mountain, just like I’m still wandering lost in my battlefield.” – Sabaa Tahir

304. “Humanity has won its battle. Liberty now has a country.” – Marquis De Lafayette

305. “Soldiers falling fast Battle of white and scarlet Blossoms on the ground.” – David Kudler

306. “It would, Grimm thought, be a horrible surprise to find out, mid-dive, that your ship had suddenly lost the ability to stop diving.” – Jim Butcher

307. “To talk about the senselessness of the battle was to attribute sense to war itself.” – Sten Nadolny

308. “Why is it that good always has to fight an uphill battle?” I thought for a moment, then said, “I don’t know. Maybe that’s the point. Good things are higher up.” – Richard Paul Evans

309. “All this while I kept thinking where did I go wrong, all this while he wasn’t mine to lose.” – Pushpa Rana

310. “The armored infantry was Santa Claus, the battle was out Christmas. What else for the elves to do on Christmas Eve but to and drink a little eggnog.” – Hiroshi Sakurazaka

311. “Despite his best efforts, maintaining dignity in a head attached to an unclean body wrapped in unclean garments was a battle that encouraged surrender.” – Dan Groat

312. “We find new strength in every battle won.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

313. “If you expect the battle to be insurmountable, you’ve met the enemy. It’s you.” – Khang Kijarro Nguyen

314. “Every now and then a dot shifted to yellow. A soldier down, their armored suits detecting the injuries or death that rendered them combat ineffective. Combat ineffective. Such a nice euphemism for one of his kids bleeding out.” – James S.A. Corey

315. “Individualistic people die on the great curves.” – Saqib Abraham

316. “Evan guessed what the monster was going to do a second before it happened. He seized Jed’s collar and pulled him down as the Psyking spewed forth a torrent of icy vapour. The frost fire stuck the rock behind them, turning it into an icicle.” – Will Collins

317. “When I battle wits with Jarod Kintz I always feel like I need to take my brain out to give him a transplant. Bad part is we don’t have any.” – Will Advise

318. “You don’t go into battle because you’re sure of victory. You go into battle because it’s the right thing to do.” – C.J. Redwine

319. “Behavior is the outcome of the battle among internal systems.” – David Eagleman

320. “It seemed ironic to her that women were considered far too meek for the morbidity of war, and yet a child could give their life in a battle they did not even understand.” – Katlyn Charlesworth

321. “Men may fight the battle, but women wage the war.” – Katlyn Charlesworth

322. “A weapon is merely a weapon, nothing more. What matters is how you use it.” – Kaoru Kurimoto

323. “The more you say goodbye, the stupider you’ll feel when we’re blitzed as bats at the victory party.” – Meg Merriet

324. “I say we have no time for debate. Indeed, we have no need for it, since the decision has been made for us. We must fight. There is no other path!” – Kaoru Kurimoto

325. “Just as foreplay is the key to good sex, preparation is essential to achieving victory in battle. Right, lieutenant?” – Natalia Marx

326. “Stop battling with yourself. Be kind to yourself.” – Anuranjita Kumar

327. “You cannot possess your Promised Land without a battle.” – Sunday Adelaja

328. “We find the greatest happiness for we conquered.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

329. “Problems are part of life and within the obstacles it creates are brilliant miracles for the enduring folks.” – Darmie Orem

330. “Serpent-Breath was famous… Wasp-Sting, short and lethal.” – Bernard Cornwell

331. “If they saw men swarming up the wall, if they saw the axes chopping at our shields on the wall’s top, then they would join the battle. Men want to be on the winning side.” – Bernard Cornwell

332. “Impossibilitarians are defeated before the battle even begins. The best attitude that accommodates failure is disbelief. You can’t do it because you believe you can’t! You can do it because you believe you can!” – Israelmore Ayivor

333. “Equipped for battle Golden truths.” – Sunday Adelaja

334. “Pondering over your actions is a practical way of helping yourself in the battle against sin.” – Sunday Adelaja

335. “Love is a battle with yourself. Be kind and love yourself before you love anyone else.” – Karen Quan

336. “Sometimes the only option is to raise the stakes, to throw yourself the other way, to force your opponent further down the path they’ve chosen, further than they might want to go.” – Mark Lawrence

337. “Give Compassion: Every day the average person fights epic battles never told just to survive.” – Ken Poirot

338. “Choose to be at peace with yourself and you will never have any battle to lose. Find yourself every reason and season to share your peace with others!” – Israelmore Ayivor

339. “Any coward can fight a battle when he’s sure of winning; but give me the man who has pluck to fight when he’s sure of losing. That’s my way, sir; and there are many victories worse than a defeat.” – George Eliot

340. “Faith, , and the Word of God are the weapons God provides you with to fight spiritual battles.” – Jim George

341. “What you practice too often, you use without thinking.” – Robert Jordan

342. “Ultimately all kinds of fights end at forgiveness.” – Amit Kalantri

343. “My used to say the placement of a birthmark was the story of how a person lost the battle in their past.” – Colleen Hoover

344. “Writing a first-draft battle scene is akin to real combat – chaos, confusion, and you must keep your cool as you fire word bullets downrange.” – Don Roff

345. “Only a fool goes to war in winter.” – Jayne Castel

346. “Fighting the right battle is as important as winning one.” – Steven Chopade

347. “When you become a Christian, you are not on earth to fight for Jesus; God needed only one battle to redeem the souls of humanity. It was the cross.” – Felix Wantang

348. “And the One will win the Armor of the Easter Dawn and defeat the enemy with audacity and wisdom. The body of the One is strong and ready to lead. Lammasu will pounce.” – Barbara T. Cerny

349. “There is no love in war but there is a lot of war in love.” – Katja Michael

350. “First gain the victory and then make the best use of it you can.” – Horatio Nelson

351. “Harmony would only come with destruction.” – Shannon A. Thompson

352. “Don’t start a fight if you can’t duke it out. Either win or concede but whatever you do, don’t have others fight for you.” – Donna Lynn Hope

353. “With a savage grin, he let out an inhuman roar of bloodlust and threw himself into an unholy orgy of blood, fangs, claws, and death.” – Alan Kinross

354. “Strength lies not in defence but in attack.” – Marquis de Acerba

355. “Live for something rather than die for nothing.” – General George S. Patton

356. “The battle belongs to the Lord, and we already know that He wins the war.” – Jared Brock

357. “Don’t exploit your enemy’s weakness, for he may have none. Exploit his passions and the battle is yours.” – George Norman Lippert

358. “We have forged the type of bonds that only battle brings.” – C.M. Subasic

359. “Dream big and see further! Sharpen your eyes; you have the eagle’s sight. Quicken your steps; you have the horse’s limbs. All that is a burden for others would be beaten several times by you!” – Israelmore Ayivor

360. “Victory is a thing of the will.” – Marshal Foch

361. “Know that we win the war when we pray in power because prayer is the battle.” – Stormie Omartian

362. “Do not be tired of doing good things. Victory comes after the battle; the crown follows the fight; the same way, behind purposeful actions is a great deal of success. Don’t give up on the fight. Fight till them end; win till all is won.” – Israelmore Ayivor

363. “The more we prepare for war, the more we make it a reality. Yet, it would seem, to prepare for war may also be the best and possibly the only way to avoid it.” – Govinda Shauri

364. “Your little kettle will rattle in the battle; just . Spark your ambitions with action and thing will change. Be like a warrior!” – Israelmore Ayivor

365. “When your enemy is tough make your actions rough, you will meet at the same point.” – Auliq Ice

366. “Never mind of what your enemy thinks of you, and think a head of him.” – Auliq Ice

367. “Do not be ashamed to make a temporary withdrawal from the field if you see that your enemy is stronger than you; it is not winning or losing a single battle that matters, but how the war ends.” – Paulo Coelho

368. “Wars are won from a wink, a gesture, an event that transpired a millennium before the battle. Humanity has always been saved by small acts; the ones where someone gained a piece of their own puzzle, not the ones where a hero stood prodigious on a battlefield.” – Sarah Noffke

369. “Let the enemy fall by their swords. Words not worth reading die their own death. But our Words will be Told!” – K.A. Gunn

370. “A part of me genuinely wanted to be the worst because I was so sick of everyone fighting to be the best.” – Criss Jami

371. “Embrace all emotions: sadness, happiness, sorrow, hate, love, prejudice, fear; they are weapons against our greatest enemy: indifference.” – Dave Matthes

372. “You battled monsters. You sweat and cried your way to this one prolific moment where you finally realize that those dark days and sleepless nights were pre-requisites to your becoming.” – Jennifer Elisabeth

373. “I am writing just to inspire you, encourage you, empower you, and give you hope when you are fighting your life’s battle.” – Debasish Mridha

374. “There are no winners in battle. Just survivors.” – E.E. Knight

375. “I suffered my own battles. I suffer still.” – Carla H. Krueger

376. “Distorted history boasts of bellicose glory… and seduces the souls of boys to seek mystical bliss in bloodshed and in battles.” – Alfred Adler

377. “He is a true casualty of battle. There’s not a physical scar, but look at the man’s heart, and his head, and there are scars galore.” – David Finkel

378. “We choose and make our heroes from what we have read, heard and believed in.” – Pushpa Rana

379. “May we each find in ourselves the courage we forgot we have, to see the beauty we forgot is inside us, while battling the demons we forgot we can slay, on a battlefield we forgot we can win.” – Agnostic Zetetic

380. “Whoever has the sword will have the earth.” – Oliver North

381. “Attitude determines how the “inner battle” is won.” – Israelmore Ayivor

382. “It’s always funny that you can try and try again to steal all your critics’ ammo, predict their responses, but no matter what, they’ll still have a water gun stashed somewhere.” – Criss Jami

383. “But words in a book were one thing. The true test came in battle.” – George R.R. Martin

384. “May God fight the battles of life for you.” – Lailah GiftyAkita

385. “Waiting for a battle was the hardest part. Unless you got a dagger in your gut during the battle. Then that was hardest. Or you got through just fine and saw your men dead around you. Then that was.” – Daniel Abraham

386. “Winning is an inside job. A person who achieves victory is the one that first wins his or her internal battles.” – Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha

387. “Fighting a losing battle is as good as tucking in stones in your pockets, jumping in a dam and hoping to float.” – Nomthandazo Tsembeni

388. “Humour is the best weapon to fight any battle. But there is a thin line between humour and humiliation and beware not to cross it.” – Girish Kohli

389. “Fighting makes us feel alive, until it kills us. If it doesn’t kill us, the pain of sitting alone with ourselves, quietly, under constant assault by our own thoughts and of war can easily be enough to make us wish we’d died in battle instead.” – Agnostic Zetetic

390. “For the achiever the battle with critics is a slow war of attrition. Let time do the dirty work for you.” – Bryant McGill

391. “If we must die, then let us die fighting a battle worthy of remembrance in the tales of our descendants!” – Daniel Adorno

392. “Never shame your comrades by letting their death get you killed.” – Rachel Bach

393. “Judge tenderly, if you must. There is usually a side you have not heard, a story you know nothing about, and a battle waged that you are not having to fight.” – Traci Lea LaRussa

394. “Engagement can be a commitment to love or a declaration of war. One must enter every battle without hesitation, willing to fully engage the enemy until death do you apart.” – Emily Thorne

395. “It is often possible to decide the issue of a battle merely by making an unexpected shift of one’s main weight.” –

396. “A big sacrifice is coming, and you won’t have the to make it. That will cost you dearly. It will cost the world dearly.” – Rick Riordan

397. “Amnesia was a soldier’s best friend, and luckily, it could be taught. Missing limbs still ache, but missing memories never do.” – Alex London

398. “That’s the way all life’s battles are won. You don’t look at the overall picture. You take one step, then another, and another… until you arrive at your destination.” – V.C. Andrews

399. “War?’ The word held too much definition for three letters.” – Shannon A. Thompson

400. “If your opponent is better armed and has longer reach, then surprise is your only ally. And then you’d better hope he’s half asleep.” – Sherwood Smith

401. “That fighting of a battle without belief is, I think, the sorriest task which ever falls to the lot of any man.” – Anthony Trollope

402. “Part of the happiness of life consists not in fighting battles, but in avoiding them. A masterly retreat is in itself a victory.” –

403. “Conquerors fight their own battles. You are more than a conqueror, that’s why the battle was fought on your behalf by Christ. However, it does not mean you should stay idle… Dress up and go to work!” – Israelmore Ayivor

404. “Spiritual warfare is the unseen battle God wages on your behalf.” – Jim George

405. “Onward, then! To glory and some such nonsense.” – Brandon Sanderson

406. “With a grin, I told her, “I’ll have more than ten minutes’ notice that this battle is coming. In that way, this might be the most prepared I’ve ever been.” – Jennifer A. Nielsen

407. “You are a fool to speak of last great battles, Sam, for the last great battle is always the next one.” – Roger Zelazny

408. “Be quick to resolve conflicts before they mature to become wars. The energetic crocodile was once a delicate egg!” – Israelmore Ayivor

409. “To be honest, Briec doesn’t consider fights with humans as battles. I think he sees that more as hunting. Or a snack that runs.” – G.A. Aiken

410. “Thus it is that in war the victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won, whereas he who is destined to defeat first fights and afterwards looks for victory.” – Sun Tzu

411. “People need hope Michael, as much as they need a leader. You and Gabe are the answer to both of those things. You’ll lead the people of earth to victory and Gabe will give them the hope they need to keep going,” Mirada said, her voice sensitive, yet unwavering.” – Wendy Owens

412. “The devil depends on a dark secret chance, but God does it now before your own eyes.” – Michael Bassey Johnson

413. “You’re a clever strategist, but not all battles require tricks. Sometimes the simplest way to kill something is to swim up to it and bite it in half.” – Shaun Hick

414. “A man is never so vulnerable in a battle as when he flees,” Lord Eddard has told Jon once. “ to a soldier. It gets his bloodlust up.” – George R.R. Martin

415. “Choosing battle is one thing, and quitting battle is cowardice and I can’t imagine doing that.” – Rohit Gore

416. “He had placed the life of every one of his men before his own, and if that wasn’t the sign of a truly great leader, then he didn’t know what was.” – Elaine White

417. “I was only trying to survive,” she mumbled, as if it made any difference. It was no excuse to use against someone who had truly been trying to survive, and Damian had done so quite successfully since 1450. What right had she to say that it was hard?” – Elaine White

418. “In the history of battles and wars, the massacres of civilians were the main reason of revolutions success.” – M.F. Moonzajer

419. “Again Gabe looked back at Michael, hoping he was about to step in, but all he did was give him a nod. A nod? Really? I don’t need a nod. I need someone to stop this! Gabe thought.” – Wendy Owens

420. “He jokingly thought that this guy fancied himself some kind of Jedi knight, waiting for him to say, ‘these are not the droids you’re looking for.” – Wendy Owens

421. “It is wonderful, awesome and merrywise to see satan lose the battle to us in fear and panic and shame! Our victory is in Christ Jesus!” – Israelmore Ayivor

422. “The battle of the sexes and you’re winning hands down.” – Margaret Way

423. “For a full two hours, he stood at that door, a cloud of uncertainty ruling his mind. Damian felt like his heart was about to burst. Could she love him? Was it really true?” – Elaine White

424. “He knew she loved him in that moment. Gabe never wanted to be part of the holy fight, but now he was, he was not about to lose.” – Wendy Owens

425. “Most people consider life a battle, but it is not a battle, it is a game.” – Florence Scovel Shinn

426. “You can’t fight a battle you don’t think exists.” – John Eldredge

427. “Learning carries within itself certain dangers because out of necessity one has to learn from one’s enemies.” – Leon Trotsky

428. “People use words to do battle and to hurt one another terribly, tragically and even mortally.” – Bryant McGill

429. “The single greatest advantage anyone can take into any battle is hope.” – Karen Marie Moning

430. “We’ve got facts,” they say. But facts aren’t everything; at least half the battle consists in how one makes use of them!” – Fyodor Dostoyevsky

431. “The warrior who goes off to battle should not boast as the one who returns from it.” – Richard Paul Evans

432. “He was in a fairy kingdom where everything was possible. He looked up at the sky. And the sky was a fairy realm like the earth. It was clearing, and over the tops of the trees clouds were swiftly sailing as if unveiling the stars.” – Leo Tolstoy

433. “The moment you believe you will fail, you have already lost the battle.” – Bianca Frazier

434. “Success is often followed by failure. Yesterday’s victory doesn’t win today’s battle.” – Wayde Goodall

435. “Two blades clashed, ringing like a bell. Like all small boys, Philip thought his father was invincible; and this was the moment when he learned the truth.” – Ken Follett

436. “The battle had been as hideous as you might expect between one side who were simply not afraid to die and another who regarded death as merely a door to the eternal life.” – Paul Hoffman

437. “If love is a battlefield and we all get scars… These were my reminders… my necessary thorns.” – Sabrina Childress

438. “I wasn’t in the mood for a fight, but fights weren’t always conveniently scheduled.” – Shannon A. Thompson

439. “And one battle looks much like another when you survey the corpses after.” – William Napier

440. “The greatest war every fought, and are still fighting, where more people have been defeated and died, is the war within.” – Anthony Liccione

441. “All good things originate with the Creator God, he’d been taught, and the Song of Life was no exception.” – Sandi Layne

442. “Matthew had won this battle – a battle in a war marked no more by yards on an open field, but by scars unseen.” – Steve V. Cypert

443. “We’ll never be ready. So I guess that means we’re as ready as we’ll ever be.” – Neal Shusterman

444. “Let his sword break and his shield shatter, Sansa thought coldly as she shoved out through the doors, let his courage fail him and every man desert him.” – George R.R. Martin

445. “My life should be unique; it should be an alms, a battle, a conquest, a medicine.” –

446. “Today is yesterday’s victory, yesterday is tomorrow’s conquest, and tomorrow is today’s war. Though I face death, I am not fearsome.” – Nadege Richards

447. “He remembered the gracefulness with which she moved in battle – like liquid flesh. There was no one quite like his wife, and he never felt more triumphant and free than when he was in her company.” – Nadia Scrieva

448. “Priests might divide the world into good and bad. In battle there was strong and weak and nothing else.” – A.J. Hartley

449. “Have you heard that it was good to gain the day? I also say it is good to fall, battles are lost in the same spirit in which they are won.” – Leaves of Grass

450. “The battle for the individual rights of women is one of long standing and none of us should countenance anything which undermines it.” –

451. “Sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win the war.” –

452. “A lost battle is a battle one thinks one has lost.” – Jean Paul Sartre

453. “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” –

454. “I believe in a religion that believes in freedom. Any time I have to accept a religion that won’t let me fight a battle for my people, I say to hell with that religion.” –

455. “No battle plan survives contact with the enemy.” – Colin Powell

456. “To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.” – E.E. Cummings

457. “The real trouble with war (modern war) is that it gives no one a chance to kill the right people.” – Ezra Pound

458. “It is good that war is so horrible, or we might grow to like it.” – Robert E. Lee

459. “A woman watches her body uneasily, as though it were an unreliable ally in the battle for love.” – Leonard Cohen

460. “In war there is no substitute for victory.” – Douglas MacArthur

461. “It is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it.” – Douglas MacArthur

462. “An election is a moral horror, as bad as a battle except for the blood; a mud bath for every soul concerned in it.” –

463. “To do anything truly worth doing, I must not stand back shivering and thinking of the cold and danger, but jump in with gusto and scramble through as well as I can.” –

464. “No one will ever win the battle of the sexes; there’s too much fraternizing with the enemy.” – Henry A. Kissinger

465. “The conventional army loses if it does not win. The guerrilla wins if he does not lose.” – Henry A. Kissinger

466. “Are we at last brought to such humiliating and debasing degradation, that we cannot be trusted with arms for our defense?” – Patrick Henry

467. “Any alliance whose purpose is not the intention to wage war is senseless and useless.” – Adolf Hitler

468. “I said in my heart that, rather than have war, I would give up my country.” – Chief Joseph

469. “If you’re always battling against getting older, you’re always going to be unhappy, because it’s going to happen anyhow.” – Mitch Albom

470. “Gun control? We need bullet control! I think every bullet should cost 5,000 dollars. Because if a bullet cost five thousand dollar, we wouldn’t have any innocent bystander.” – Chris Rock

471. “All wars are follies, very expensive and very mischievous ones.” –

472. “I do not believe in using women in combat, because females are too fierce.” – Margaret Mead

473. “For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill.” – Sun Tzu

474. “In some cases non-violence requires more militancy than violence.” – Cesar Chavez

475. “If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.” – Sun Tzu

476. “In order for a war to be just, three things are necessary. First, the authority of the sovereign. Secondly, a just cause. Thirdly, a rightful intention.” – Saint

477. “War is not an adventure. It is a disease. It is like typhus.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery

478. “I hate war as only a soldier who has lived it can, only as one who has seen its brutality, its futility, its stupidity.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower

479. “In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower

480. “I start to think there really is no cure for depression, that happiness is an ongoing battle, and I wonder if it isn’t one I’ll have to fight for as long as I live. I wonder if it’s worth it.” – Prozac Nation

481. “We’ve always had a pretty competitive and pretty ferocious battle with British Airways… It’s lasted now about 14 years, and we’re very pleased to have survived it.” – Richard Branson

482. “A self-respecting nation is ready for anything, including war, except for a renunciation of its option to make war.” – Simone Weil

483. “Preparation for war is a constant stimulus to suspicion and ill will.” – James Monroe

484. “Once we have a war there is only one thing to do. It must be won. For defeat brings worse things than any that can ever happen in war.” –

485. “For a war to be just three conditions are necessary – public authority, just cause, right motive.” – Ernest Hemingway

486. “Wars spring from unseen and generally insignificant causes, the first outbreak being often but an explosion of anger.” – Thucydides

487. “Only the dead have seen the end of the war.” – George Santayana

488. “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.” –

489. “Nobody can hurt me without my permission.” – Mahatma Gandhi

490. “Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die.” –

491. “If you can’t go back to your mother’s womb, you’d better learn to be a good fighter.” – Anchee Min

492. “It is easier to fight for one’s principles than to live up to them.” – Alfred Adler

493. “War means fighting, and fighting means killing.” – Nathan Bedford Forrest

494. “Fights begin and end with handshakes.” – Cameron Conaway

495. “You will never be entirely comfortable. This is the truth behind the champion – he is always fighting something. To do otherwise is to settle.” – Julien Smith

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