strength and firmness of mind; resolute endurance

[from Latin fortitūdō courage]
fortitudinous  adj
Having the strength and courage to go after what you believe in, even if it stands in the face of adversity takes a lot of guts. Sometimes when we go after our goals we need to have the tenancity to see things through even if the journey is most difficult.
Too easily we can give up, saying the path is difficult, that it will take more time than it’s worth to make your dreams come true.
…what’s worse…to face the unexpected or to bow down to weakness?
Anything worth everything in life takes time, how can you accept anything less?
Better to have struggled to get to that point than to look back at your life with regret.

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