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Hugh Taft-Morales

Leader, Philadelphia Ethical Society

Courage often is exemplified by acts of physical bravery. Other times it is described as the absence of fear. But courage, particularly moral courage, need not involve overcoming bodily risk and suffering. And as Mark Twain put it, “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear–not absence of fear.” For Felix Adler, the founder of Ethical Culture, real courage emanates from the inner self and arises in the faith that “locked up within us stores of moral power that are practically infinite.” Hugh Taft-Morales explores the nature of courage and vulnerability and how both help us lead more ethical lives.

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