Alexander the Great, reflecting on his friends degenerating into As quoted by Barrow in a quote in "Pearls of Thought" in the "Labor" section. Now you fear punishment and beg for your lives, so I will let you free.
But I wonder if that one could really be credited to Alexander? But I personally wouldn't take many of the quotes attributed to him as his . The first is from Alexander the Great in Afghanistan (Books 7, 8 & 9 of Cleitarchus).
Fear is the horse running around in your brain. It's the Stallion and it will kill you (as Alexander said). Alexander The Great (self. quotes).