Courage Questions

June has been a very intense month, both for me personally and for my community. The shooting Orlando has me doing some really deep thinking. Join me in thinking about what courage means.

1. How do you overcome fear?

2. Who and what inspires you to behave courageously?

3. Where do you need courage in your daily life?

4. Who in your community needs your courageous actions? What actions are those?

Share your answers in the comments!



About Melissa ra Karit

I'm a queer, poly, genderqueer Witch. I'm a sex-positive feminist, an activist, and a writer. I believe that when we attend to our individual good, we approach the world with good in our hearts and change the world for the better. Opinions expressed here are solely my personal opinions, and do not represent the views of any organization with which I am affiliated.
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One Response to Courage Questions

  1. Sunsmith says:

    Answering the questions = long essays, yet brief answers are: 1) I overcome fear by proceeding with caution or utter brashness depending on what is there. In any (every?) case fear is overcome. 2) Inspiration? me, myself and I……prepared by many readings, examples. 3) I need it in all things, from answering emails to enduring bus & Bart to get to the joy of a bike ride. 4) Many from neighbor needing to get that last bit of lawn near sidewalk cut to someone running in fear from knife weilding person, to lost person seeking how to get to someplace to mom & kids being bothered by someone at a bus stop……in other words, about everything. BUT! Doing so results in great joy.

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