Courage Doesn't Roar. Sometimes, It's Quiet !


"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow'."
~ Mary Anne Radmacher

Courage is not always in big acts. The thought about ‘To try again’ is the courage that roars by being silent.

You can easily quit. Or, you can say that ‘I don’t know. I am not sure about doing it again’. But, when you chose to try again tomorrow, you are already on top. This is a courage that sizes top mountains to a pebble. It’s not an exaggeration,, but the truth.

Courage can move mountains. Courage comes from self-confidence, faith, and self-belief.

We can see courage in little acts. To try again, to learn again and to pursue again and again is the biggest courage. The beauty is, this courage happens silently within us.

Outside, it may look all quiet. On the inside, the courage keeps your heart and spirit alive with a fire burning inside.

Boasting is not courage. To silently carry on inaction is courage. Courage doesn’t speak or roar. It’s a silent spirit that keeps the fire in us alive and burning.

Courage is not always about dreams, goals, and finishing tasks. Apart from the big, courage is found in small acts in everyday life.

Just getting through the day 'Productively' and 'Peacefully' is courage in a way. To say to yourself that you will be better tomorrow is courage.

To accept mistakes takes courage. To come out of it by trying again reveals the height of courage we have inside our hearts.

Courage is in all walks of life. It is happening every day silently inside every heart.