or not – Brave Soldiers and Everyday Folks
How could there be when the topic of the day is to talk about bravery.
Brave has several definitions. You can talk about a brave soldier or a senior being brave enough to learn how to blog for the first time.
What is the bravest thing?
There are two I want to write about. The first is the challenge that so many have taken up to write a postaday2011 or a postaweek2011. Reading through the posts, there were many who were apprehensive and not sure if they could do it. But they are showing they are brave by showing no fear of what could be a difficult task.
Some have freely admitted in their posts that it would be hard for them, but they are hoping that with tips and encouragement from everyone they will be able to follow through on their commitment.
- Quite nervous, but let’s do this
- Like I said, I want to participate, but I’m terrified of failure.
Any attempt in improving oneself can be a challenge and they’ve accepted it and this could be the bravest thing they’ve done in a long time and they should be recognized for it.
And we can’t forget about our troops! I’m talking about all of them, not just from Canada and the U.S., but also Australia, Great Britain, and all the other NATO forces in Afghanistan and around the world.
Send a word of encouragement to your troops. Let them know you care and are thinking of them.
There is nothing bugging me today!
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