“It is courage, courage, that raises the blood of life to crimson splendor.” — George Bernard Shaw, Anglo-Irish dramatist and critic
Looking to retire? Or maybe find a new job? Want to transition to something new? First, start by asking yourself some worthy questions: • Where do you seek security? Through an attachment to your home? Your ethnic group? Your denomination? Your job title? • Do you have a staunch attachment to some belief that prevents you from manifesting your
Renowned psychotherapist Piero Ferrucci observes in his book Inevitable Grace, Mahatma Gandhi “viewed courage as an essential vitamin for each individual’s spiritual growth—in contrast to cowardice, which reduces a person’s sense of value and self-respect. Without courage, love and the search for truth are impossible.”
“In gratitude for the gift of life, one dedicates that life back as a gift to God through selfless service to His creation as all of life.” — David R. Hawkins, M.D.
Conversing openly with other people can take enormous courage! Think about the number of times you have withheld how you feel to a loved one because your long-held beliefs were in conflict or you chose not to speak up during a staff meeting to reveal your ideas out of concern of being ostracized or even fired. Our relationships are
One cannot discover new oceans until he [she] has courage to lose sight of the shore. –Unknown Most people have differing opinions about who has courage and how they got it. Is it learned or innate? Do you maneuver in and out depending on the circumstance at stake or can you keep advancing your level of courage consciousness? The training
“You will change when the pain of staying in the old pattern is greater than the pain of change.” — Sandra Ford Walston, excerpt from COURAGE The Heart and Spirit of Every Woman