The third Monday of January is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Naturally, this holiday honors Martin Luther King Jr. and encourages us to live our lives with honor, courage, integrity, racial equality, and peace, as these are the very qualities that he modeled so superbly. The largest obstacle for people is often their mind and having the courage to act.
Try these positive affirmations of courage next time you find yourself in this situation:
1 My courage is stronger than my fear.
2 I permit my intellect to take control and override my fear.
3 I choose the best option, regardless of any discomfort I might be feeling.
4 I view the world from an untainted perspective.
1. What are the biggest fears in my life?
2. How does fear impact my decisions and outlook on life?
3. What would change if I could overcome my fears?