- Those who believe that Jenner did indeed show courage by announcing to the world her intention to transition from Bruce to Caitlyn.
- Those who think that saying Jenner has “courage” is an insult to people like the military, law enforcement, firefighters etc. who put their lives on the line every day.
Last night, Caitlyn Jenner (formerly Bruce Jenner-but you already knew that!) received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPY Awards by ESPN. As you have probably noticed on your Facebook feed, the response to Jenner’s award has been heated and divided between two camps:
Let me start by saying that the men and women who put their lives at risk everyday exhibit a form of courage I have never had to have. When a gun is fired, when an attack occurs, or when an emergency happens, the men and women who run to the shots, who run towards the attack or put themselves in the middle of an emergency situation are courageous….there is NO doubt about it.
You’ve probably heard the saying, “Success is NOT a destination…it’s the journey.”
Yet, if I’m honest, for much of my life whenever I’ve heard someone say this I’ve thought …
Have you ever thought, “I’ll be a success when…”
I make more money.
People like my pictures on Facebook.
I find “the one.”
I buy my first luxury car.
I get the promotion.
My kid becomes a doctor.
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