Understanding Icons: Courage

Courage is standing up to your fear and doing the things that may frighten you.

We all face difficulties in our lives whether we are an educator, a student or a parent, but what makes us different is strong-mindedness. Having the feel to move forward and face the challenges and diffuse them with passion and strength is rare to find. A lot of people find it difficult to share their fear and weaknesses in front of others. They cannot think about courage without thinking about loss and failure. There is no courage without risk. To have a value of courage one should be open to taking up risks in their lives which will help them become strong and fearless.

Here we would like to quote the example of Helen Keller who accepted her disabilities and gathered all the courage to overcome her difficulties. In spite of a lot of criticism, she did not look back and moved forward with courage by helping people who were facing the same difficulties. She finally invented the new language which is known as Braille Script which brought a revolutionary change in the world. This example of Helen Keller is one of the inspiring examples of moral and physical courage.

     “A man with outward courage dares to die; a man with inner courage dares to live.”

Understanding Icons
Purnima Bansal, Isha Tiwari, Era  Saksena, Ratna Gupta & Shristi  Nayak
The Iconic School www.IconicSchool.in
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