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#bravery

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Greatness, in the last analysis, is largely bravery - courage in escaping from old ideas and old standards and respectable ways of doing things.


James Robinson


#bravery #courage #doing #escaping #greatness

Bravery is being the only one who knows you're afraid.


Franklin P. Jones


#being #bravery #knows #only #who

Once," Fran says, settling against the worktable, folding her arms, "I knew this kid who very bravely and bossily came out of the closet when she was only fourteen years old. She told me then that we can't choose who we love. We just love the people we love, no mattter what anyone else might want for us. Wasn't that you?


Madeleine George


#coming-out #gay-and-lesbian #honesty #love #relationships

If I can't stay where I am, and I can't, then I will put all that I can into the going.


Jeanette Winterson


#growth #resolution #bravery

A man without fear, is a man I strive to be.


Geoffrey Brokos


#bravery

It’s okay to be crazy and scared and brave at the same time!


Kelly Epperson


#crazy #fear #scared #bravery

...if you spent all your time being protected, you never got to find out anything new.


Sage Blackwood


#inspiration #inspirational

The thought of talking about it made Pueblo's gut ache, but then he thought of everything that Amy had been through – not that she'd told him her version yet. She had balls of steel, he thought with a smile. And what did he have? Three pairs of loin cloths going crisp on the radiator.


Dianna Hardy


#bravery #hero #heroine #humor #humour

The likelihood that your acts of resistance cannot stop the injustice does not exempt you from acting in what you sincerely and reflectively hold to be the best interests of your community.


Susan Sontag


#change #resistance #society #trial #change

The exhilaration of battle was agreeable to him, but the sight of the dead, with their clay faces, blank eyes, and stiff bodies, which, when not unnaturally shrunken, were unnaturally swollen, had always intolerably affected him. He felt toward them a kind of reasonless antipathy which was something more than the physical and spiritual repugnance common to us all. Doubtless this feeling was due to his unusually acute sensibilities - his keen sense of the beautiful, which these hideous things outraged. Whatever may have been the cause, he could not look upon a dead body without a loathing which had in it an element of reselltment. What others have respected as the dignity of death had to him no existence - was altogether unthinkable. Death was a thing to be hated. It was not picturesque, it had no tender and solemn side - a dismal thing, hideous in all its manifestations and suggestions. Lieutenant Byring was a braver man than anybody knew, for nobody knew his horror of that which he was ever ready to encounter. ("A Tough Tussle")


Ambrose Bierce


#corpse #dead #death #fear #horror






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