Sunday Dinner: Courage

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“We believe in ordinary acts of bravery,

in the courage that drives one person

to stand up for another.”

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Veronica Roth

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“Your strength doesn’t come from winning.

It comes from struggles and hardship. 

Everything that you go through

prepares you for the next level.”

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Germany Kent

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“I love to walk.

Walking is a spiritual journey

and a reflection of living.

Each of us must determine which path to take

and how far to walk;

we must find our own way,

what is right for one may not be for another.

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Edie Littlefield Sundby

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“I am the bended, but not broken.

I am the power of the thunderstorm.

I am the beauty in the beast.

I am the strength in weakness.

I am the confidence in the midst of doubt.

I am Her!”

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Kierra C.T. Banks

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“I know that the future seems hard and scary,

but it will get better, I promise.

It’s time for you to move on.

Get going.”

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Asper Blurry

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Photos by Woodland Gnome 2018

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5 responses to “Sunday Dinner: Courage

  1. your photos are beautiful – each with that quietude and winter mood – and then the quotes with the theme of encouragement and wise perspective on setback made for a nice pairing.

    “strength doesn’t come from winning”
    wish more people realized this – and I have seen some “ruined or spoiled people” who maybe won a little too much and needed some set back.

    and lastly – the “get going” ending – was like an encouraging thump.

    • We all need a little ‘thump’ from time to time 😉 Those of us of ‘a certain age’ get it, about strength from overcoming adversity. But honestly, don’t we all like winning a bit more ❤ ❤ ❤ ? Thank you for your kind words on the photos. Let us enjoy the seasons as they unfold….

      • well some winning is needed – or maybe some success or maybe achievement might fit better with my thoughts – cos it fuels and has a place –
        but too much winning loses its sweetness – sometimes one win can feel so sweet when it was fought hard for – oh I dunno
        cos I have also had success come after such a hard fight it was only laden with bitterness and seriously – most (maybe all) of the joy was lost – sad but true – ya know?

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