8 comments on “Being Brave Doesn’t Mean You Are Not Afraid.

  1. Exactly. Bravery is the willingness to walk into something that *is* frightening. Foolishness is walking confidently into a situation where a person should be afraid.

  2. agree. fear within helps us to be cautious when there is a real danger but in many instances, we keep in our comfort zone way to often and that’s how we miss great opportunities to grow better as a person.

    • I took the photo from my daughter’s pinboard. There is a small picture on the upper right corner, with kids having fun. Maybe being brave is on one hand that feeling, a fun feeling that makes challenging oneself…. just perhaps…

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