Courage is one of the twelve attributes of the Mother.
Courage: bold, it faces all dangers.
Integral courage: whatever the domain, whatever the danger, the attitude remains the same—calm and assured.
Courage is a sign of the soul’s nobility.
But courage must be calm and master of itself, generous and benevolent.
In true courage there is no impatience and no rashness.
Never mistake rashness for courage, nor indifference for patience.
The Mother – Words of the Mother – II: CWM, Vol. 14, p. 169
Courage and love are the only indispensable virtues; even if all the others are eclipsed or fall asleep, these two will save the soul alive.
The Mother – On Thoughts and Aphorisms: CWM, Vol. 10, p. 281
COURAGE is the total absence of fear in all its forms.
The Mother – Agenda: Vol. 10, p. 477