Courage

It takes many forms like standing safely up for yourself when confronting the day to day problems in coping and thriving in a changing sea of opportunity.

Can I take this step or must I cut it down to size or find another direction?

What form is needed in this moment: breathe, think, feel, accept, awareness, action, belief.

Physical courage and moral courage are difficult to define. Plato leaves much to uncover from his debate among three men. What about three different people?

If I do ‘a’ will it cause ‘b’, therefore do ‘c’.

If I ask for a raise will it cause more harm than good? Put it on the back burner and think about it by doing research.

Sometimes it takes time to understand or it may be beyond understanding and it is truest to stand firm or find another more viable alternative.

Courage has an unknown quality to it that is hard to put into words.

Devine your own courage, it lies between the two extremes of physical courage and fortitude-think about it!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Courage?wprov=sfti1

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