Discover Your Inner Courage
“Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow.'" —Mary Anne Rademacher
#1 New Release in Humanist Philosophy
Written initially as part of a longer poem and featured in a gallery show in 1985, these words by Mary Anne Rademacher defining courage have traveled the globe.
Defining courage in a beloved quote. The quote has been featured in ceremonies of all sorts and included in sports and network news broadcasts. Oprah has included it in her magazine and journalists include it in “top ten” lists across many disciplines and categories. And, it is among the most beloved quotes on cards, posters, journals, and gift books.
Bravery comes in many forms. Rademacher insists in her book that we overlook opportunities for growth and personal celebration by shrugging off courageous acts of perseverance with, “I just did what I felt I had to do.” Courage shows itself in many ways from having the courage to heal, to change habits, to learn and begin anew, or even to speak up for yourself.
Defining courage with daily inspirations. This daily companion for women, men, or anyone who wants to change for good, and live a bolder, more courageous life may be the perfect addition to the start of your day or the key to letting go and ending your day right. Featuring an introduction from courage specialist, Candace Doby, Courage Doesn't Always Roar begins as an invitation to recognize all of the ways courage, and the associated risk, show up on ordinary days.
Inside you’ll find:
- Keys to finding and defining courage in your everyday life
- 180 entries covering all aspects of courage, like: resilience, thresholds, choices, grace, and more
- Mental health-friendly inspirations meant to shape the way you think about courage
If you liked Courage is Calling, Inward, or Designing the Mind, you’ll love Courage Doesn’t Always Roar.