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They are all needed at different times. Certainly well written regardless.
Thanks for sharing Sebastian. However, often the idea that a man must be confident is precisely what holds him back from expressing himself.
This was certainly the case for me. The message, in essence, is that when confidence is lacking courageousness can often be counted on. In particular, it can be counted on to move along avenues of more vulnerable self-expression. First Name Last Name. Friend's Email Address. Your Name.
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In fact, the very definition of confidence dismisses the need for courage: Confidence means that you have certainty —in yourself, the situation, or the outcome. Whereas courage implies an act done despite a lack of sureness. Courage, on the other hand, is being brave despite not having all the information needed to guarantee the desired achievement.
However the route they enforce towards that action is key to their difference: Courage intervenes between fear and action , while confidence bridges the path already paved between certainty and action.