Learning to Bee Brave
According to this
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According to that post by Ann Kaplow, learning how to be brave includes:
- following good role models,
- feeling the fear and doing it anyway,
- letting go of harsh judgments,
- having faith in your process,
- accepting all your feelings,
- being kind to yourself and others,
- carrying supportive people in your heart and mind,
- committing to the here and now,
- learning from everything, and
- telling your story authentically.
learning to be brave also includes daily asking God to free me from:
- cowardice in the face of danger
- weakness, knowing His power is at hand
- anxiety about tomorrow,
- bitterness toward anyone,
- laziness from work,
- failure before opportunity, and
- doubt, when His assurances are mine.
- looking within for the courage that’s there,
- looking up for the support that’s yours, and
- stepping out in faith … will start you on the path
To the Success You Seek
Step out in faith today.
Accomplish more than you dreamed possible.
What’s one of those goals you intend to bravely tackle?
I sent a Happy 30th Anniversary card
off to our son and daughter-in-law today.
Some goals don’t take courage at all;
they just take getting off your butt and doing ’em.
Happy Anniversary, Ty & Monika.
I know you are bravely tackling several tasks today.
Just putting one foot in front of the other takes courage some days.
Go for it!
See ya later.