Tuesday, April 19, 2016

              Be capable, focused, and ready to attain your objective. Have the courage to challenge the assumptions, values, and expectations of beliefs and culture. Have the willingness to demand facts and evidence supporting unverified beliefs and assumptions. Have the courage to confront chaos, conflict, ambiguity, fear, despair, obstacles, intimidation, and tyranny. Be the fusion of honor, courage, strength, and commitment. Be ready, willing, and able to eliminate threats to the rights, freedoms, and well-being of others.
              Your physical courage may save your life and extend the lives of others. Your moral courage may preserve the ideals of justice and fairness.