Good evening, everyone.
This is my blog #50. A small anniversary for me and my fingers. So I want to dedicate it to one question - "Why do you need courage"?
Before we find the best answer on this question let's ask additional questions:
- Do you need courage to fight for your freedom?
- Do you need courage to survive in a modern society?
- Do you need courage to have arguments about your salary with your boss?
- Do you need courage to wear a mini - skirt?
- Do you need courage to upload your photo in EC?
I guess for the most questions you will answer "yes".
We need courage to defend our Motherland against terrorists and criminals. We need courage to defend our kids when they have problems at school. We need courage if we want to ask our boss to increase our salary or we need to pass through exams or an interview with HR-manager.
We need courage if we want to sit on diet from Monday or decided to go swimming in mini-bikini while our body isn't ideal.
We need courage to go traveling alone to dangerous or unknown countries and to do things we never done before.
We need courage to be a unique person.
But the answer that came up to my mind is a bit different. I think that we need courage for sincerity.
...Sometimes to tell what you really think about it or what you really need...
...Sometimes to tell that you hate his mama and you want to live in India...
...Sometimes to tell that actually you aren't satisfied with life together and you want to change it...
...Sometimes to tell your colleagues that next time you'll throw something into them if they don't stop spread rumors....
....Sometimes to tell other people that you have right to have different feelings and thoughts and they have right for being real for you in your own reality....
"Courage for sincerity" is what we already started losing with a wide spread of technology. We are stuck in the swamp of social actions and words that are directed into a place called "Everyone likes me".
We still have courage for freedom and traveling, but why have we started losing courage for sincerity?
Cheers, cap Bee