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Another problem in studying courage is its individualization.
On the issue of national and local politics and courage, the Kennedy--and perhaps I should say Kennedy-Ted Sorenson work recognizes the difficulty in ascertaining when a political decisionmaker is courageous.
He knows all about courage. And tea-leaf Rochford is not fit to lace his boots.
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.
In the opening chapter, Scarre contrasts the fearlessness of Wagner's Siegfried with John Wayne's view that, 'Courage is being scared to death--but saddling up anyway' (18).
After leaving Courage Center, Krause earned a BA in 1980 and a PhD in 1990 from the Department of Psychology at die University of Minnesota.
Davidson offers numerous examples of physical courage, but also of 'inner courage' such as that of New Zealand rugby captain Graham Mourie who refused to lead out the All Blacks against South Africa in 1981.
But for Stefan, just wearing a pair of glasses was not possible until now after showing great courage by undergoing numerous operations.
When we embrace knowledge, when we have the courage to go where the evidence isn't, when we have the passion and drive for true culture change, only then will we make a lasting difference for our patients.
A fair summation of Sword's evidence might read: of the people who chose military service and saw combat as soldiers and officers, many displayed courage, some after initially indicating doubt about their valor, and others expressed a sobering sense of the horror of battle, disabusing them of notions of martial grandeur.
"Not long after casting the original Mother Courage, Chrissy Griffiths had to drop out due to illness.
In A Higher Purpose: Profiles in Presidential Courage, Thomas Whalen seeks to remind us that courage is an essential trait for those occupying the White House.
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.
"Courage, Strength, and Determination" is a spiritual memoir telling of author Rovane Timmons' own challenges in life, hoping to inspire readers with similar conditions to rise above their disabilities to find their own place in society.
Roxana Saberi, who was released last month from an Iranian jail, will be awarded the Medill Medal for Courage in Journalism at the June 20 convocation of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.