Isn't it the sweetest mockery to mock our enemies?
I am free! for I have in me the strength of truth.
To the man who is afraid everything rustles.
Show me a man who longs to live a day beyond his time who turns his back on a decent length of life, I'll show the world a man who clings to folly.
Both noun (eusebia) and verb (sebizo) derive from the Greek root seb-, which refers to the awe that radiates from gods to humans and is given back as worship. Everything related to this root has fear in it.
O waste no fears on me; look to thyself.