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  1. You are so interesting! I do not suppose I’ve truly read
    through a single thing like that before. So wonderful to find another person with some genuine thoughts on this subject matter.
    Seriously.. thanks for starting this up. This web site is something
    that is needed on the web, someone with a little originality!

  2. Omg!!! People have told me I was a brave person, but I just thought they were being nice to lift my spirit.
    I AM BRAVE!!!
    I thought I’d watch the video “If I Were Brave” to see what bravery really was. To my surprise, I saw a few of the many of the actions I have just recently performed. I never thought those acts were considered brave. I just wanted to do things my family and friends had laughed at when I told them what I would like to do.
    Wow! I was proud of those accomplishments, but now I’m proud of myself for having done each one of them!
    Thank you!

  3. Dear Ruth,
    I still have a knot in my throat and I couldn’t help shedding a tear while watching the video and listening to the lyrics.
    I enjoyed the video not only because I admired all those women and would like to be as brave as they are but also because it made me reflect on how brave I have been myself to take some decisions in my life. I will use it to motivate my students to appraise their own achievements and overcome fear of undertaking new challenges.
    Thank you!
    Kind regards,

  4. Beautiful! I think you should do it!!!

  5. I’d be more public about my audacious vision – of our potential to co-create Heaven On Earth….
    I really believe ultimately, all our “problems” are problems of consciousness. If we can become more conscious of all our choices, in every aspect of life, we could begin to live out our lives, beyond our egoic motivations, empowered, rather by the impulse of evolution towards greater creativity, wisdom, compassion, collaboration..
    Resolve the past. Be fully present. Create an inspiring future….
    Daily, daily, daily…

  6. Brave: rising to the extreme challenges or limitations placed by your body – country – Blooming where one is planted – Finding the joy – Staying on the earth when the easy way out would not to be – To identify where fear is limiting life, then readjust as one can – To not accept the status quo – To “be” the change – That is my brave.

  7. If I were brave I would have someone, preferably a stranger, go through all the papers, books, etc. I have saved and that now clutter my life.
    I would allow that person to discard anything that prevents me from starting each day afresh.

  8. I’m not brave but I am completing very courageous changes in my business! I had to be almost forced into a corner to complete these. For 20 years I LOVED what I did – hippo therapy – partnering kids with disabilities and horses in nature … very very rewarding to my therapy spirit but extremely physically and mentally demanding to keep everything safe and therapeutic! I exhausted my reserves, pouring myself out to the point this Spring of receiving a chronic pain diagnosis, knowing this was the end of being able to offering hippo therapy. Then one week later my hippo therapy horse died suddenly (she was a fabulous and valuable Fjord, only 11 yo, colic). That sealed it – or at least I thought it did but bad things come in “3’s” or so I’m told and the final straw was the crash of my business computer. All of this forced me to come to a complete halt and forge my new practice using my own story and focusing on women’s wellness – my brand new, as of today, website is now up – AND I’m excited to move forward. Bravely, courageously!