Bravery is knowing how to recognize your wrongdoings and admitting your faults. Being willing to adapt and attempt change. Climbing the peaks of your darkest soul and reconstructing them unto meager hills. Conquering the unknown when it scares you the most.
Bravery doesn’t require a sword or gun. It takes wisdom beyond the lines of a textbook or segments on the evening news. Mandates steps from routine and numbed consensus. Bravery is one voice saying “I’d had enough” and finding a way to pave change.