“A COWARD DIES A THOUSAND DEATHS, A HERO DIES BUT ONCE”
You do not have to be doing outrageously heroic acts to be considered brave, nor do you have to whimper in a corner at the first site of conflict to be considered a coward.
Cowardice creeps in, little by little, one small decision at a time.
Cowardice is what chips away at your soul.
Staying in the job that you hate, because it’s secure and pays the bills. COWARDICE.
Refusing to go out on your own in order to create a legacy. COWARDICE
Settling for a sub-par women because you are too afraid to find another. COWARDICE.
Going along with the crowd when your principals tell you otherwise. COWARDICE.
You must not be a coward, in ALL walks of life, in any situation.
No matter in the face of disease, heartbreak, war, work or sports.
A lot of the time, the act of bravery simply comes through saying no, or taking action that others perceive as foolish.
CLIMB MOUNTAINS. DON’T BE A COWARD.