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How can one create his own courage ?

  1. abbaelijah profile image76
    abbaelijahposted 4 years ago

    How can one create his own courage ?

    sometime one can be surrounded with discouraging event and he/she want to encourage his/herself like in the case of David in the Bible,how can he/she do it ?

  2. Medical-Reference profile image86
    Medical-Referenceposted 4 years ago

    Courage comes from inside you. it's in your heart.

    Think positively about what is discouraging you. Make it your weapon and then fight back smile

    I believe that's the best way to treat discourage. Hope this would help smile

    1. abbaelijah profile image76
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      yea !
      it helps.
      Thanks alot Sir, Medical-Reference

  3. kj force profile image71
    kj forceposted 4 years ago

    Courage is something only we can acquire for ourselves..".self-esteem and
      self-confidence  "..Knowing you can control a situation is half the battle in life.
    Small children can achieve this through Martial Arts...as it develops confidence, esteem, ability to focus , concentration, coordination, which releases certain endorphins that make us feel good about ourselves.
    All of these are basic skills will help make us successful throughout our life...

    1. abbaelijah profile image76
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks !
      Your answer is power park !

  4. Edward J. Palumbo profile image84
    Edward J. Palumboposted 4 years ago

    I consider courage a "moral muscle" that develops with exercise, faith, and self-confidence. When we reach a bit further, handle adversity with dignity, accept the consequences of our errors and miscalculations (whether it's embarrassment or a fractured limb) and seek out those risks that inhibit our development. Do not surround yourself with negativity, with those who say, "It can't be done!" More often than not, it's because they haven't done it. If you see injustice, speak out against it. You will speak for many who haven't the courage to voice their opinions, but be prepared to stand without support. Conduct yourself in a manner that allows you to deeply respect the man in the mirror.

 
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