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[NOTE: Here’s another en-couraging post from Landon Saunders.]

 

Whenever fears arise—when they knock at the door of your mind—what do you do? Do you bar the doors and ignore the knock? Do you try and drive them away?

No, your courage is strong. You hear the knock, and you open the door to your fears.

In less time than you might imagine, your fears cease to be strangers. Instead, they have become a part of you. Not a part of you to be feared, but a part that is known. They have become a part of your courage, and your courage is stronger than ever because you have come to know them

Amelia Earhart, the great pilot, wrote, “Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace. The soul that knows it not, knows no release from little things.” Open the door to your fears. You have the courage to greet them.

 

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