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The virtue of Fortitude

The virtue of Fortitude

Fortitude is equivalent to strength and endurance. It means that although we have tough life situations we persevere and continue on a path that will lead us and our loved ones to better outcomes.

Fortitude means to change your perspective and instead of thinking, “I am so unlucky this is happening”, to instead think “I am so lucky because even though this is happening I have the strength to endure it.”


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