“…it is only when we are afraid that courage comes into question. courage is amazing because it can tap in to the heart of fear, taking that frightening energy and turning it toward initiative, creativity, action and hope. when courage comes alive, imprisoning walls become frontiers of new possibilities, difficulty becomes invitation and the heart comes into a new rhythm of trust and sureness. there are secret sources of courage inside every human heart; yet courage needs awakened in us. courage is a spark that can become the flame of hope, lighting new and exciting pathways in what seemed to be dead, dark landscape.” — John O’Donahue

sidenote: the tejano music is drifting across my back BOXed porch quite early intertwining with the morning traffic and occasional seagulls call.


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