Being Brave Doesn’t Mean You Are Not Afraid.

Again, kids wisdom! (on the photograph).

Being brave means taking the risks, means leaving all behind hoping that what comes next will be better, and there is no point of return.

That is why it is called being Brave. Right?

Be brave, dare!

being brave

8 thoughts 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.

    1. 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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