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Courage - III. Psychological And Emotional Support
Attitudes That Can Help
Realistic, Achievable Goals
Spirituality, Faith and Religion
Leaving Instructions to Loved Ones
Courage is the ability to face seemingly insurmountable crises with determination and fortitude. By courage we do not mean stoicism. Plato defined courage as knowing when to be afraid. Courage is about recognizing the difficulties we face and deciding to move forward in a way that reflects our personal philosophy as well as our moral standards. In doing so, one has take certain gambles or risks.
Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear -
not absence of fear.
- Mark Twain
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