“They are not to be feared” said Panther.
Yeah, I know what that’s supposed to mean.
I’m not sure if I actually agree with this statement. It’s a quote that I find myself quoting often as well. So I thought I’d throw it up here so people can see just how much I agree.
I’ve been a bit absent on my blog this week as I’ve been spending most of my time on the road. But the Panther quote that I’ve been using lately has been a favorite of mine because it speaks to a lot of my beliefs and feelings about the world around me.
I love quotes. They are extremely powerful tools to express our thoughts and beliefs, even if its about something as mundane as food. Quotes are a form of self-expression that can be used to make oneself understood. They are like the “A.” for words. You use them to make yourself understood. They are also a form of self-preservation. Quotes are like “A’s” in that they are used to protect us from ourselves. We should protect ourselves from ourselves.
Quotes are like As. If we don’t use them to protect ourselves from ourselves, then we can’t be safe from ourselves. They are like that too, so why not use them to protect ourselves from ourselves? Because they are powerful tools.
This is a quote from the video game Assassin’s Creed, which uses the quote “They are like the A for words.” This is what we use to make ourselves understood. It can be used to protect ourselves from ourselves.
This is a quote from the video game Assassin’s Creed, which uses the quote They are like the A for words. This is what we use to make ourselves understood. It can be used to protect ourselves from ourselves.
The quote by the panther character is a bit misleading or lazy, to say the least. There are two versions of the quote. The first is the original quote, which is attributed to a character by the name of Stalwart. The second is a longer version that refers to the character’s father, who is mentioned in the game as a “panther.
The two versions of the quote are both referenced in the game. The first version describes the player as a panther, while the second version refers to the player as a panther.