by Doris Schachenhofer

Courage

/ˈkʌrɪdʒ/

The first records of the word courage come from the 1200s. It comes from the Old French corage, from cuer, meaning “heart” (this ultimately derives from the Latin cor, meaning “heart”)

Take a risk without knowing the outcome. It means showing up and letting yourself be seen, despite the risk.

Whole Hearted.

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