If Shulk were an IRL friend of mine, he wouldn’t stop short of getting between me and my problem, and not getting out of the way until I learn to move on.
He is resolutely and unashamedly himself at all times, and that is how I want to be.
Having the courage, confidence and self belief to go out into the world, and into the sacred land, and do whatever needs done even if it is terrifying is inspiring.
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Lately I’ve been thinking about the difference between courage and hardness, and my gosh, through my terrible week I’ve discovered that, similar to love and hate, the difference between the two is so much thinner than I had hoped.
It takes courage to be the type of person who truly thinks about things -- who truly dares to venture beyond the superficial distractions.
I choose to contextualize my life's struggles like this: an enemy to be overwhelmed using tenacity and courage.