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Courage is a door that can only be opened from the inside

Courage is a door that can only be opened from the inside













Courage is the common thread in these stories, though contrasted by time and danger, both women made decisions to pursue something. What about you? Do you think about a change? 

Unfortunately, once a year, at increase/bonus time, I would get a little disturbed that my Manager’s pay and perks did not quite match up with the other Managers despite the additional projects I’d taken on and succeeded at. Each year I’d comfort myself that I enjoyed both the variety of my job and the team I got to work with. Then I’d quickly...more













“She was very responsible for some of the key players, such as getting the Americans involved in polar exploration,” says Kondziolka. “Asking them for help started off a 30-year process of one American expedition after another which eventually led to the accomplishment of going to the North Pole in 1908. That really started with her.” Read more about Lady jane Franklin here

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Wendy DuBois - February 26, 2017

I REALLY enjoyed your blog on Courage. Especially on Lady Jane Franklin-a lady before her time! The Terror was recently discovered off King William Island, by 2 PEIer’s! Our son is the RCMP Detachment Commander in Gjoa Haven, NU, and was invited on board to see the Terror on sonar! Sending him your blog-know he’ll be interested! THANKS!

Dr Bob Griffin - February 25, 2017

Blessed by the stories of courage. It is what we all need as we face new challenges and opportunities.

Love the pix and title that “drew me in” to reading these wonderful tales.

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