Mr. Chairman, almost everything about a human creature is ridiculous, except its ability to suffer bravely and die gallantly for whatever it loves and believes in. The validity of that belief, the appropriateness of that love, is irrelevant; it is the bravery and the gallantry that count.

Robert A. Heinlein (1907-1988) American writer
Job: A Comedy of Justice, ch. 28 [Lucifer to Koshchei] (1984)

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