Fear is an emotion, but courage is a decision. We can choose to be brave. Instead of seeing courage as the absence of fear, we can embrace courage as the ability to manage our fears. Although courage and fear are often intertwined, by focusing on courage instead of fear, we can make headway. Development of courage comes through looking at what we have control over, surveying alternatives and options, and making decisions based on what’s possible. Practicing courage builds confidence and rounds us out.
Author and activist Sister Joan Chittister challenges us to combat apathy in our own lives. Rather than wait for others to solve the country’s problems, Sister Joan explains why it is both our moral and spiritual responsibility to take action ourselves, and make the world a better place for all.
At the intersection of science and spirituality, The Fear Cure identifies the Four Fearful Assumptions that lie at the root of all fears—from the sense that we’re alone in the universe to the belief that we can’t handle losing what we love—and shifts them into Four Courage-Cultivating Truths that...
With over 100,000 copies sold, New York Times bestselling author Gay Hendricks demonstrates how to go beyond your internal limits, release outdated fears and learn a whole new set of powerful skills and habits to liberate your authentic greatness.
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