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"Courage has roots. She sleeps on a futon and lives close to the ground."
My own version of courage is more like that personification than the "popular-press" portrayal of courage, with its overtones of machismo, or even "David vs. Goliath"-style overcoming impossible odds. My personal vision of courage is quiet, sure, solid, rooted, immovable, sturdy. It doesn't need to be showy or grand, it simply is. Courage is most often portrayed, in Western culture, as being close kin to overt heroism; but truthfully, there's just as much courage in quietly, steadily doing what's right and needful, especially when no one else seems to notice.
Part of the One Year Eyecolor Challenge (new colors used: 4)
Today's look is dedicated to Heather of The SheSpace, who is discontinuing the About Face mineral makeup line to refocus on her Hope Quest concept (a smaller set of colors with attached messages of hope and inspiration.) You have to have courage to follow your bliss.
All the listed color-associations for this one were warm tones - even the purple, which was specifically listed as "bright purple". Interesting, that courage is a "warm" emotion, something with innate tones of motion and action.
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