Day 11: 365 Days of Motivation for Widows

“Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow.”     ― Mary Anne Radmacher

We all think courage is this larger than life gumption that sends us full force towards a wall of unknown factors with the intent to break through it without fear, doubt, or worry. That isn’t true. It isn’t true at all. Courage isn’t always so loud or prominent. Courage sometimes is very quiet. Courage is the decision to face your fears, push through the doubt, and breakdown the worry.

The fact you manage to wake up every day and face a world you don’t feel apart of is courage. Searching for answers, wanting to heal, is big time courage. Don’t second guess how challenging this climb is and how  much courage it takes to make it to the top. You can do it though. You will do it in small steps and quiet every day courage.

About Sara

My name is Sara and I am a woman with a history and a future. I am a mother of 5 and a wife to an amazing man. Being a teen mother and a widow in my mid-twenties has given me plenty of storms to weather. Writing has always been my solace, it's also a passion and a talent. Through my writing I hope to help others weather their storms and create my own path to my dreams.
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6 Responses to Day 11: 365 Days of Motivation for Widows

  1. ljlenehan says:

    Very true… It can be difficult to continue with courage…

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    • Sara says:

      I think sometimes we turn courage into this bigger than life acts,but courage isn’t always that. I want people to know that courage is in every step we take in times of trouble. As always, thanks for the written courage you give me when you leave comments.
      Sara

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