delicate shapes of bravery ~ still words that you sow in the wind

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“Before I knew you, I thought brave was not being afraid. You’ve taught me that bravery is being terrified and doing it anyway.” ― Laurell K. Hamilton

for You, brave one – thank you.

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2 thoughts on “delicate shapes of bravery ~ still words that you sow in the wind

  1. I in the life never begrudge

    Minas Dimakis

    the courage I did not hesitate
    I do not repent of the courage
    at least other they protect existence
    for themselves and calmly diverge closed in forms
    I start, I start still anew
    without the submissiveness
    challenging the own fate
    otherwise could not be

    from the Greek transferred Nikos Chadzinikolau

    Thank you for beauty!

  2. Thank you Mrs Dalloway. You know through the influence of the warm Greek people I have known, courage takes one to a sort of home that challenges nothing, where even the mythology of fate can be moved by human spirit, bravery and kindness. Visiting the beauty of Greece taught me that a distant land too can hold incredible places of beauty that feel like home.

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