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It takes courage to overcome fear and to restore faith.
It's the greatest obstacle to moral courage, Manji says.
Most of all, have courage and embrace change; be proud of being a registered nurse in New Brunswick--I am
Beads of Courage programs have been shown to decrease illness-related distress, increase the use of positive coping strategies, help children find meaning in their illness, restore a sense of self, and provide a way to tell others of their experiences.
There is no question that truly great lawyers must have courage, including this kind of courage, the Courage of Lions.
Feminist philosopher Mary Daly said that as a person learns to swim by swimming, you get courage by acting courageously.
Two reasons evolve from the literature suggesting why organizations may want to measure courage for ethical purposes (Sekerka et al.
The book, which I first read decades ago and reread recently, concerns political courage irrespective of political party or philosophy.
Schools striving to inspire students, homeowners and renters hoping to meet the bills, candidates working to win election, learners, listeners, nurturers, and everyone who puts one foot in front of the other with humor and a drive to do better - it all comes from courage.
He guards against the characterization of courage as a 'macho vice' of the past (62ff) as well as conceptions of courage, such as Aristotle's, that he sees as 'needlessly restrictive' (3).
he was a patient at Courage Center's Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP), known then as Courage Residence.
Moral courage in organizations; doing the right thing at work.
A Higher Purpose: Profiles in Presidential Courage.
THE Prime Minister has paid tribute to a Birmingham war hero in a book he has written on the subject of extraordinary courage.