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Courage Does Not Always Roar

on October 16, 2011

When life gets you down and the problems you face are certainly more than your share.
When you run out of strength and you want to give up because it’s just too much to bear.

I want to remind you, my precious friend, that you have what it takes inside,
extraordinary courage that may not roar but it doesn’t cower and hide.

It’s the quiet voice inside you that says, “Tomorrow I’ll try again.”
It’s the courage to keep on going, to see things through to the end.

You are not defined by this moment in time. You are not what has happened to you.
It’s the way you choose to respond that matters and what you decide to do.

Courage is not the absence of fear, but a powerful choice we make.
The choice to move forward with purpose, regardless of what it takes.

It’s the courage that’s found in ordinary women who are hereos in their own way,
exhibiting strength and fortitude in life’s challenges every day.

Valiant woman of exceptional courage with enduring power to cope,
taking each problem one day at a time and never giving up hope.

We’re encouraged by the faith of others to survive and overcome,
with the courage to say, “I may be down, but the battle is not done!”

For the woman of courage is a winner, regardless of what she loses.
She displays amazing beauty and strength with the attitude she chooses.

She gives herself the permission she needs, to feel disappointed or sad.
But then she empowers herself with faith, to focus on good things, not bad.

Her story is one of gentle strength reminding us all once more.
Steel is sometimes covered in velvet and courage doesn’t always roar.

~ Paula Fox


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