Stand Up For Your Rights and Give Others the Strength to Find Freedom
No one is always strong, but when you are, it rubs off on others. When you are strong, and speak your mind, other people gain strength to use their voices for good. The point is to work on becoming stronger, by improving yourself a little each day.
Each morning when you wake up, it’s a new day to overcome weakness. You can say to yourself: “I’m scared, but I am deciding to be brave, to help myself, and this will also help others.” You learn bravery the same way you learn any other skill, by practicing and getting comfortable with it. Then your bravery rubs off on others.
We are all made up of contrasts. The human brain and personality are much more complex than any computer. We like certain things and dislike others. One moment we are strong, and the next not so much. The important part is that we continue to try, and learn by doing, and be brave enough to be ourselves and speak our minds.
When you are ruled by fear, you miss out on the opportunities that come from being brave.
When you overcome your fear you become a person who can try hard to do what is right and stand up against oppression, and honor and respect yourself.
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