27 thoughts on “Courage

  1. As Albus Dumbledore said “Its the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more” and once a close call we start appreciating the unknown too I guess we all start living

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  2. I believe I have “been there and done that” BUT I have not arrived. Courage to continue on is challenging. The struggles are exhausting and often times on waking up..I do ask self “why did I live?” And what do I have to do to complete my journey.

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    1. Why did I live? How many have asked that? This is what life is about, answering that question. We, believe it or not, answer that question each day
      Some by what they take some by what they give. Only we can choose if we are a taker or a giver, and what make us happy, irregardless of life circumstances. πŸ™πŸ˜˜β€β€β€β€

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      1. Aww Mr Mel, I am glad that I am not the only one asking this dang question of life. I wish I was a wise owl to know and understand life. But then I am no where near nirvana! Sigh!

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      2. We all wish that, few attain it but all have the same possibility. You Hugs are closer than you think.πŸ™πŸŒΉβ€οΈβ€οΈ

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  3. Indeed I find that facing death isn’t always — or doesn’t have to be — the dramatic near-death trauma or experience, but can also be the realization of the transient state life is. We are in constant change, and without it, without the death and renewal of our cells, of the cycle of life and water and air and beings around us, there’d be no now to live, either. When we do not fear death nor seek it, I think we become free to live.

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  4. NIRVANA
    Starlight appears as our life here is ending,
    enveloped in feelings of bliss as we’e wending.
    This time is golden and peace has been begun,
    HEAVEN’S been earned and UTOPIA WON.

    The Starlight I speak of is POLARIS,
    GODFather Christ-mass’s Home for now.
    Sibyl X

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