Courage · Find Your Middle Ground · reblogged · Strength

Strength and Courage–Are They Same?

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STRENGTH AND COURAGE? (Reblogged from https://findyourmiddleground.com/2015/05/07/whats-the-difference-between-strength-and-courage/?c=12117#comment-12117 Posted on May 7, 2015 by Val Boyko Courage comes from the French word “coeur” meaning heart. Being courageous means facing our fears and coming from our heart rather than our head. It’s a place where we face our vulnerabilities and overcome them through compassion and love.… Continue reading Strength and Courage–Are They Same?

prejudices · Xenophobia

The Finale! A2Z Challenge–X for Xenophobia

Finally I have finished the A2Z April Word Challenge that was to end on April 30. A month + past the deadline is not too bad, some would say, and I will agree. You can read what others said about words from the letters of the alphabet at a-to-zchallenge.com. X for Xenophobia Admittedly my vocabulary is… Continue reading The Finale! A2Z Challenge–X for Xenophobia

Discharging · Elections · Fort Sam Houston · General J.M. Wainwright · Honor · leadership · peace · soldiers · Texas · U.S. Army · World War II

70 Years—What has changed?

At the end of World War II, a U.S. Army General sent a letter to all personnel being discharged from the service at Fourth Army Headquarters in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. General J. M. Wainwright was Commander of that Post and the writer of that letter. Did he think his words would be remembered? Could he have believed that in… Continue reading 70 Years—What has changed?