Courage …

Alan Cohen wrote,

“It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.”

What do you think?

Power in change?   Do you have the courage to become something new?   By new it is not a physical change but a transformational change of looking at issues and problems in a new way.   To see the same problem in a different way may give you the strength to remove the problem.

Courage to change?

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4 responses to “Courage …

  1. Change is often thrust on us. Therefore, courage also is thrust on us. If everything is going on all right in our lives, there is no need for change. Something triggers of a placid existence and change is summoned to tackle the effect. This is when courage is to be summoned from within and used.

  2. Please read the third line as “Something triggers one off a placid ex…..”

  3. Good points!

    Change without courage will not be likely. There are those who in the face of change back away and often need words to encourage them to take a chance, a risk that the change will be for the better. Experience tells us not all change is beneficial – although all change will cause learning.

  4. If we view all change as having benefit, then to better growth from it we would need to prepare ourselves. Or maybe more appropately to always be in a state of courageous preparedness.

    I feel that acknowledging growth comes from change is a first step. Once we begin to see value in alignment with what we believe then courage can come more naturally during times of change.

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