17 April 2014
Courage, Ray Froehlich Trail, Missoula, Montana
“But courage does not consist of a lack of fear. Only a fool has no fear. Courage is the ability to get the job done in spite of fear. He got the job done.” - Thomas Sowell, of Chuck Stone (1924-2014) intervening in a hostage situation
Walking - or simply being - amidst Montana’s vast wide-openness recalibrates situational perspectives, and engenders hope to displace worry.
I highly recommend it when courage needs replenishing.
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The vastness of God's creation puts our lives into perspective. So great a God - and yet so personal a Savior.ReplyDelete
Agreed & agreed!ReplyDelete