Repost: I Learned That Courage Was Not the Absence of Fear, but the Triumph Over It. The Brave Man Is Not He Who Does Not Feel Afraid, but He Who Conquers That Fear – Nelson Mandela

Hello hello! Sorry for the total lack of posting over the past few weeks. Things have been busy between a trip to visit my dad in Florida, wedding planning and lots of social activities.

To get myself back on the blogging grid, I am sharing with you today an inspirational blog post that I read this morning, posted by The Seeds 4 Life. If you find yourself itching for some optimism in your inbox every morning, consider subscribing to The Seeds 4 Life. They tend to give me a boost just when I need it.

This post is all about this wonderful quote from Nelson Mandela:

“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”

Read on!

Someone once said that FEAR is an acronym for False Evidence Appearing Real, and I couldn’t help but think how true this is. Often, we allow fear to consume us. It’s time to say NO to fear. Our role is not to attempt to get rid of fear but to be courageous when we are…

via I Learned That Courage Was Not the Absence of Fear, but the Triumph Over It. The Brave Man Is Not He Who Does Not Feel Afraid, but He Who Conquers That Fear – Nelson Mandela — The Seeds 4 Life

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