Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. — Albert Einstein
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“To live on purpose means to not live by accident. One way to start the process of discovery is to simply ask yourself: ‘What is my purpose here on this earth, and what will I do with my life?’ The answers to these questions provide insight and help you discover your heart’s desire…Learning is the catalyst for maintaining focus on your purpose.”
—COURAGE: The Heart and Spirit of Every Woman Reclaiming the Forgotten Virtue
“Uncertainty is an inevitable condition throughout life. While we would like to get up each day to face this perpetual unknown with courage, all too often, we feel dis-couraged. Discouragement saps our energy and resolve. Maybe that’s why the Roman philosopher Seneca wrote, “Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.”
Accepting the impossibility of knowing the future, of predicting an outcome, requires enormous courage. Yet, rarely do our parents, much less society, prepare us how to confront this elusive predicament by teaching us about the virtue of courage.
While courage is generally defined as facing and dealing with danger or difficulty, for me, the essence of courage is a spiritual energy from the heart that in defining moments motivates a person to take action. In other words, it’s when a situation requires you to “step up” and display the authentic you, and you do!”