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The Ripple Effect of Courage

 

Jolts of Inspiration from Kathy Kinney and Cindy Ratzlaff, in daily Queenisms, a trademarked brand of Queen of Your Own Life. All rights reserved but Pinning is encouraged.She saw life as a series of beautiful possibilities. And with that simple, pure attitude, she gave courage and strength to others. ~ Queenisms™

We’ve often said that courage isn’t just rushing into a burning house to save a kitten. It’s also putting your feet on the floor every day and pointing them toward the door. It’s putting on a smile when you just want to curl up and cry. It’s creating a warm, safe spot to land for those you love.

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It’s daring to try things that scare the heck out of you. Sometimes it’s just doing what has to be done because to quit would create a mess worse than you’re in at the moment. And when we have courage, something miraculous happens. Those around us feel braver, surer, more positive. We create a ripple effect of hope, confidence and action. We are catalysts and sometimes we don’t even get to see the end result of what we set in motion. But just like the trees we plant today will shade a generation we’ll never meet, courage set lose in the world will impact future generations as we model living life with bravery. Both are worth doing, whether or not we see the results in our lifetime. Has someone who is now gone impacted you in a positive way?

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5 Responses to “The Ripple Effect of Courage”

  1. deedee says:

    They certainly have. And I am lucky to have very close friends who are still alive doing the same. Yay for us!

  2. AmyH says:

    Thank you Cindy and Kathy. Your Queenisms and messages lift me up and give me courage.

  3. Nancy Maday says:

    My Mom was a very courageous person in spite of all of the constraints that were placed on women of her era. When my mom was born in 1918, women didn’t even have the right to vote. She was always very independent and if she was ever afraid of what she faced she never showed it. She taught me to be open-minded and accepting of all people, never letting me get away with being judgemental. Now at 95 she has dementia and has had several heart attacks, but I still hear the spark of the amazing woman she was.

  4. cindy says:

    What a gift it must be to have such a woman in your life, Queen Nancy! And what a gift it is for her that you can be there for her through this phase of her life journey!

  5. cindy says:

    Queen Amy, we’re so glad.

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