Bravery

When a person thinks of bravery, 

their answers vary on what type of person you’re 

talking to. 

Some may say that bravery is an act 

of heroism. 

Some say it’s courage.

Some say it’s doing what’s right,

even if everyone else will hate them for it. 

Some tell you that bravery is to 

be in the military. 

Some tell you that bravery is being who you are, 

even if society shuns you for it. 

Some will say that bravery is to keep moving 

even though life seems like it’ll only give you

more pain and suffering as you go on. 

Some say that bravery is shown every day. 

Some say that staying alive even if 

life doesn’t seem to have anything worth living for 

is brave. 

The thing is, they’re all right. 

Men and women in the military are brave. 

Bravery is courage and heroism. 

Bravery is doing what’s right. 

Bravery is to keep moving, even if you want to stop. 

Bravery is to be yourself

no matter what anyone else tells you. 

Bravery is shown every day. 

Bravery isn’t limited to one group of people. 

Bravery is inside all of us. 

No, it isn’t like magic. 

Most of the time it’s a choice you make. 

It’s all up to you. 

Whether or not to be brave is up to you 

and you only.

◄ Imprisoned in My Mind

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M.C. Newberry

Sat 2nd Mar 2019 15:45

A blog that encourages thought on human
behaviour and expectations..
Your lines remind me of a poem I wrote some time ago and i'm encouraged to re-post it

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Don Matthews

Fri 1st Mar 2019 03:37

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It takes a lot of bravery
To come out on the screen
Expose our inner selves to all
Those we've never seen

It's called help by catharsis
We need it, you and me
We all need showing bravery
It is ones therapy

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