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Thought for the Day: Those Who Lack the Courage Will Always Find a Philosophy to Justify it

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Thought for the Day: Those Who Lack the Courage Will Always Find a Philosophy to Justify it

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    Those who lack the courage will always find a philosophy to justify it. By Albert Camus

    Courage and muscle have a lot in common. The more we use them the stronger they get. Yet, if we neglect them they wither away and become frail, weak, and when called upon for quick action they often have a hard time firing up.

    This post is all about the relationship between anguish and courage. The path that leads to a life lived on our own terms often features pebbles, boulders, and an occassional “this road is closed” sign. It takes courage to walk across those pebbles, move that bolder, or have the patience to wait out that “road is closed” sign or to find another way around it.

    How to be Courageous: A Complete Guide to Developing Courage

     

     

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