My courage is real and strong. It gives me the power to face difficult situations. I can avoid backing down or giving up when my conscience tells me I should be brave and persevere. Courage is my inner strength.
I have courage during dark moments.
It keeps hope alive in my heart. Courage is the light at the end of the tunnel, guiding me through hard times to victory.
My courage helps me stand up for my beliefs. It gives me a stronger voice and a determined mind.
When I see cruelty or injustice, I have the courage to take action. I refuse to walk away or give in to my fear. I am the voice for those who are afraid to speak. I am the rock they lean on to stay strong.
My courage gives others strength.
My courage inspires others to take action. It is the seed that helps them realize that they can change their world for the better. They can turn a negative situation around to their benefit with courage as their ally.
I am proud to teach the children in my life to be brave. I exemplify courage and integrity daily. I help them determine which situations they can wisely use their courage in.
Today, I am grateful for my courage. I am proud of my ability to stand up for myself and others. My courage grows and becomes stronger with each action I take. I use my courage to make this planet better.
1. How can I prevent fear from destroying my courage?
2. What can I do to teach my kids to have courage?
3. When is courage appropriate? When is grace and giving-in appropriate?