Fear, anger, and frustration are lazy emotions.
They are easy to acquire and difficult to be rid of.
They require nothing from us.
They give us the illusion of safety and protection without us having to take any action.
Courage, on the other hand, requires effort.
It requires vulnerability and risk.
Courage demands that we do something.
And, the action courage requires is almost certain to be difficult.
It is usually something we would rather not have to do at all.
That which courage demands of us is exactly that which fear, anger, and frustration excuse us from doing and becoming.