I’ve defined the word courage with a dictionary, and with the help of my kids, so now I ask myself: “What does courage mean to me?” “Do I have courage?” “When have I been courageous in my life?”
Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow.~Mary Anne Radmacher
I read Jennifer’s retelling of The Lion’s Whiskers, and reflect on the times when I’ve had to approach my own inner and outer lions to gain the necessary whiskers, or qualities, to develop the love and respect for myself, my children, my husband, and all who cross my path. Whiskers I cling to for balance and guidance, qualities that help me to be brave during times of fear, pain, or uncertainty. I think of the times I’ve succeeded, and the times I’ve failed, in attaining the kind of intellectual, social, physical, spiritual, emotional and moral strength necessary to be deemed “courageous”.