My friend just started blogging again after a two year break. It was brave of her to pick up her pen again! It takes courage to do brave things, and most of us aren’t willing to try, or keep trying.
I’ve noticed, however, that something amazing happens when we decide to push aside the fear and questions, and try things. When we step out and start doing brave things we actually start to feel brave! And when we feel brave we have a tendency to do more brave things!
The cycle repeats and momentum builds.
Years ago, I did a brave thing and danced wildly across a stage trying out for the part of a clumsy ballerina in a high school play. I could have never predicted how doing that ONE brave thing would have changed my entire life!
AND our bravery not only affects us, it also affects others. You see, I sat down and wrote this post immediately after reading my friend’s post. I feel braver right now because she was brave! I also started a new project (I’ll tell you about it soon) after hearing the story of this brave couple.
Our courage spreads like ripples on water, and it helps others do brave things too.
What brave thing could you do today?