"People are made of flesh and blood and a miracle fibre called courage."
They say courage is fear that has said its prayers. I have no clue what it is that I pray to. I couldn't draw a picture of it, and I wouldn't recognise it if we came face to face. But I have faith in the unimaginable which gives me hope that the seemingly unjust will come right, and that the apparently impossible may one day be within reach. Just as I can't explain how electricity works yet I wouldn't be without it, I don't think to question that there is a power greater than myself directing this lifetime and all that I encounter along the way. Right now, I have more pressing issues to concern myself starting with a significant oncology appointment to which I'll shortly be accompanying my dear brave friend.