Definition= my definition of courage is a person that has the strengths needed to face their fears
             We all face difficulties in our lives like loosing some one you love, getting something stolen or having the school bully on your bad side. But what sets courageous people apart from cowards is fortitude. Having the fill to go out there and face those difficulties and diffuse them with passion and strength. Having such qualities is a hard thing to find. Not a lot of people can tell you straight up that they have those qualities because to many people are scared of their difficulties.
             For me, I think that I’ve very courageous. I’m extremely courageous let me tell you why. I was at a soccer game in the eighth grade and we were in a tournament. We were playing a team that we had never played against before and knew nothing about. It was the last fifteen minutes of the game and we were wining by a lot. The other team was very irritated and mad. This one huge kid and me were both fighting for the ball and all of the sudden you hear the referrer’s whistle. There had bin a foul, and out of no were and out of the blue he punched me and knocked me out. Later on the next year we had to play the same team with that same huge guy that hit me and I had the courage to play even though I was scared. I might have bin scared but I played with the same aggression that I did that one-day that he punched me.
             One of the movies the I thought that a single character showed the most fortitude that I’ve ever seen has bin the mane character of Brave Heart. That character shows courage when no one else wanted to. When everyone else wanted to give up he was there the change their minds with his persuasive words. Even though expansively out numbered and a little shy in artillery he faugh for Scout lads freedom from English rule.
             In the “Lord Of The Rings,” a young man is faced with the chall

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