Wednesday, November 19, 2008

fear vs. courage

There are some people who appear to be invulnerable and very confident. They exude an aura of immensity wherein they share their dreams and mentality in facing their life. I realized that maybe, they keep their fears to themselves and they share their courage with others. I find this act a noble one. Being positive in dealing with circumstances and helping each other unlock imprisoned potentials is a great way in nurturing relationship. In a game, for example, a coach imparts opportunities instead of infusing some fears to the team. A good teacher promotes hard work rather than centering the attention of the students to failures and frustrations. The common fear factor we possess can be eliminated by the uncommon courage we should develop. We have the power

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