To Give support and advice to (someone) so that they will do or continue to do something.
"Courage is the resistance to fear, mastery of fea, not absence of fear". Mark Twain
Feeling fear yet choosing to act. Involves bravery at the risk of bodily harm or death; and, developing physical strength, resilience and awareness. opposite: weakness or cowardice
Following our heart. Open us to feeling the full spectrum of emotions – pleasant and unpleasant – without attachment.
Expanding our horizons, letting go of the familiar. It is about our willingness to learn, unlearn and relearn with an open and flexible mind.\
To be ourself in the face of adversity. Involves the risk of social embarrassment or exclusion, unpopularity or rejection. It also involves leadership.
Standing up for what is right. Involves doing the right thing even when it is uncomfortable or unpopular
Facing pain with dignity or faith. It helps us live with purpose and meaning through a heart centered on God and what His will is.
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