Bravery isn’t the absence of fear; it’s the absence of procrastination.

Rant; rave, then be brave.

One of the bravest statements you can make is “I don’t know.”

Bravery rescues.

The brave fear what should be feared and avoid what should be avoided.

It’s brave to admit you’re in pain; its smart to do something about it.

The brave limp, gimp, fall and crawl toward the future.

Bravery lives and dies on battlefields, and it stands between warring parties and makes peace.

Bravery isn’t a bold stance; it’s a bold strategy.

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