Courage Aaron and Ryan

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Courage doesn't always roar.  Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow.  ~Mary Anne Radmacher Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.  ~Ambrose Redmoon Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.  ~Winston Churchill "One man with courage makes a majority." — Andrew Jackson, early 19th-century American military hero and U.S. president You can't test courage cautiously.  ~Anne Dillard "Life is a compromise of what your ego wants to do, what experience tells you to do, and what courage lets you do." — Bruce Crampton

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Courage By Aaron Hillier and Ryan Teal

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The emotion that one gets that causes him to overcome or face obstacles that are considered dangerous to that person or to people around them. Definition

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ART WORK Washington Crossing the Delaware Emanuel Leutz

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Short Story “Where Have You Gone Charming Billy?” from The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien

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Tim O’Brien

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Poem “Courage” by Anne Sexton

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It is in the small things we see it.The child's first step, as awesome as an earthquake.

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The first time you rode a bike, wallowing up the sidewalk.

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The first spanking when your heartwent on a journey all alone.

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When they called you crybabyor poor or fatty or crazyand made you into an alien, you drank their acidand concealed it.

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Later, if you faced the death of bombs and bulletsyou did not do it with a banner, you did it with only a hat tocover your heart.

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You did not fondle the weakness inside youthough it was there.Your courage was a small coalthat you kept swallowing.

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If your buddy saved youand died himself in so doing, then his courage was not courage, it was love; love as simple as shaving soap.

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Later, if you have endured a great despair, then you did it alone,

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getting a transfusion from the fire, picking the scabs off your heart, then wringing it out like a sock.

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Next, my kinsman, you powdered your sorrow, you gave it a back ruband then you covered it with a blanket

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and after it had slept a whileit woke to the wings of the rosesand was transformed

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Later, when you face old age and its natural conclusionyour courage will still be shown in the little ways,

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each spring will be a sword you'll sharpen, those you love will live in a fever of love,

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and you'll bargain with the calendarand at the last momentwhen death opens the back dooryou'll put on your carpet slippersand stride out.

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Anne Sexton

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