You have an army ready to fight. The weapons ready to kill. The preparation ready to show. An opposition that doesn’t intimidate.
Going out to the battle field in such a scenario isn’t exactly an act of courage. There could be nervousness, yes. But courage isn’t the missing piece here.
Now imagine, you have a joke of an army. No weapons. Hardly any preparation. And an opposition that has plenty. Across everything.
Choosing to still go out and fight calls for courage. You may have a choice to submit, to surrender, but if you still chose to ignore that choice and exercise your choice to face the enemy, rest assured courage will be called for.
Courage is not when you face what’s in front of you, while being fully armed.
Courage is when you face what’s in front of you, knowing that you are weaker.
And this may just be that time!