Confidence & Courage Tips...To Help You Realize Your Dreams
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moment. He was not looking for approval or was not worrying about
whether someone was watching or not. He wasn't concerned about
being judged. He didn't seem to be bothered by the fact that maybe
someone would see him fall (as there were others in the park aside
from him and his mother) and that it would be embarrassing if he did
fall. No, all that mattered to him was to accomplish the task or activity
at hand to the best of his ability. To run...and to feel the experience of
running fully and freely.
I learned a lot from that observation and experience, and have
successfully brought that lesson with me in my many pursuits in life.
Since then, I've always believed that in each of us is a little child
with absolute courage. A child that has the ability to run freely (or
express himself fully and freely)—without a care for anything
external—without a care for what people would say if he/she
experiences a fall.
I believe that that courageous part of us, that courageous child within
us all, will always be with us for as long as we live. We only need to
allow it to emerge more fully. We only need to once again
connect with that child within us—and give that child
permission to run freely, just like that boy in the park.
Gabriel Daniels publishes Confidence & Courage Tips...To Help You
Realize Your Dreams. For tips, strategies, stories, quotes, and
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