February 2010

21
Feb

Hitting the Bull’s-Eye with Courage

Last time I wrote that hitting the bull’s-eye means being on target. The term came from seventeenth-century English longbow yeomen in small hamlets. After church services they immediately held archery practice since this was the only time when many of the archers could gather. A common target was the white skull of a bull, and the aim was to hit

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7
Feb

Take Courage and Be Your Authentic Self!

Webster’s Dictionary defines courage as mental or moral strength; however, courage comes from the Old French word corage, meaning heart and spirit. So it has little to do with society’s label of physical bravado or heroic acts much less split-second decisions. Courage is something that originates within you, at the core of your being. Awareness of this untapped reservoir of

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