The Courage to Start | Marguerite Faure Podcast S1 E2
Deep and Meaningful Questions
Talking about and asking questions related to courage is both challenging but also inspirational.
At the end of this blog, you will find a short story about a lady I find truly courageous. My hope is that you will do more research on Harriet Tubman because her story takes being brave to the next level.
But here are some fun, light-hearted questions, that I discuss with my husband in episode 2 of my podcast, to help set the mood.
Fun Questions to Ask your Partner about Courage
What is the best movie you have seen about courage?
What is the best quote you have heard about courage?
What infomercial has inspired you to start something new?
What do you think makes someone courageous?
Why do past failures stop people from starting something new?
How do you deal with the opinions of others?
What books have you read that have inspired you to start something new?
What is one item of clothing you started wearing to fit in?
When did you channel courage to learn something new?
Who is someone truly courageous that you know?
To join the conversation that my husband and I have, when discussing these questions, in my podcast, click through to listen to my podcast on your favorite streaming service:
A True Story About Courage
in 1849 when the lines between freedom and slavery were blurred, a woman took a courageous leap of faith and escaped by train from the racist captivity of Maryland to Philadelphia...
"When I found that I crossed that line, I looked at my hands to see if I was the same person. There was such glory over everything; the sun came like gold through the trees, and over the fields, and I felt like I was in Heaven."
These were the joyful words spoken by Harriet Tubman.
Escaping in the first place, was an act of courage.
However, her courage to go back to Maryland, risking her life to lead approximately 70 people to safety, shows bravery and a level of true selflessness which inspired us to look at our own lives and reflect on the fear that keeps us from being courageous.