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Atticus Finch, in addition to being blessed with the Courage of Lions, also has the Courage of Turtles.
School founding principal Stephen Mahoney sees his students display courage in many ways.
The point is that courage, wherever it is exhibited, is cause for celebration.
Attempts to create and validate instruments to measure courage in various contexts are not new in the literature.
Kennedy wrote that courage is evident when senators, for example, cast aside concerns relating to risks to their careers, the unpopularity of their actions, and defamation of their characters in honor of a principle that they think is right.
On the one hand, courage might be seen as a matter of 'fixing the will', or as Lady Macbeth puts it, 'screw(ing) your courage to the sticking place' (48).
The Medtronic National Courage Award, presented annually by Courage Center, recognizes an individual's outstanding contributions to the health, welfare, and rehabilitation of people with disabilities.
Whalen begins with a simple thesis: Courage and the presidency are not mutually exclusive (p.
In a clear parallel to the current conflict in Afghanistan, the Prime Minister, writing in the afterword, praises the courage and sacrifice of modern Birmingham war hero Cpl Matt Croucher who was awarded a George Cross for throwing himself on top of a grenade to save his colleagues from being blown up.
COURAGE GOES TO WORK: HOW TO BUILD BACKBONES, BOOST PERFORMANCE, AND GET RESULTS tells how to handle people who are comfortable with routine and resist changes.
He also condoled with bereaved family of late Tariq Javed Malik and prayed that Allah Almighty rest the departed soul in eternal peace and give courage to bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss with fortitude and courage.
In the workplace, courage isn't bravery or having the guts to do something.
1 : to have courage enough for some purpose : be bold enough <Try it if you dare.
From an existential perspective this quest for meaning and purpose is expressed in the inevitable and continual decision-making process that underlies our lived experience and recognises that being-in-the-world-with-others continually challenges us as we struggle to maintain a sense of who we are specifically and live according to this fluid inner knowledge with courage and commitment.