Big Courage and Little Courage
My friend with an ovarian tumor had surgery yesterday, and the news was: BENIGN.
What a huge relief, and wash of gratitude.
It occurred to me that in the challenges in life that require the most courage, we have no choice but to proceed.
It’s with the easier stuff–hang-gliding, public speaking, returning tricky phone calls–that we have a choice and can get wobbly. Maybe we should remember that when it comes to courage: we’re all marathoners. That very recognition could make the easier stuff easier.
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