Fear never wrote a symphony or poem, negotiated a peace treaty, or cured a disease.
Fear never pulled a family out of poverty or a country out of intolerance.
Fear never saved a marriage or a business.
Courage did that. Faith did that. People who refused to consult or bow down to their timidities did that.
But fear itself? Fear nudges us into a prison and slams the doors.
Wouldn’t it be great to walk out?
The freedom lies on the other side of the fear bridge.