Lesson From a 4th Grader on Courage

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September 14, 2016
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Lessons from a 4th grader

“Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.”
— Maya Angelou

There is a wonderful video that beautifully illustrates what it takes to be “courageous”…and it’s courtesy of a young woman who is only in the fourth grade. As stated by the link that accompanies the inspirational video, standing at the pinnacle of a new adventure and being paralyzed with fear is a pivotal moment; do we take the plunge or step back from the tipping point? The 4th-grade girl in this video gives us all a lesson is taking the plunge as she psychs herself up to go down a ski jump for the first time to a triumphant result.

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Source: https://holykaw.alltop.com/lesson-from-a-4th-grader-on-courage-video

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Photo of Jody Stahancyk sitting down. Lessons from a 4th grader

Photo of Jody Stahancyk sitting down.

“Positive people make things happen, negative people let things happen.” – Jody Stahancyk