Bravery is ‘the quality or state of having or showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty.’ Bravery can come in many different forms and we have seen examples throughout the pandemic. Bravery is the medical staff that show up to work every day despite the risk to their health; brave are those individuals that have put themselves at the forefront of disaster to help others; brave are those individuals fighting a battle in their head every day but still get up and live life to the best of their ability. As human beings, I think we can all consider ourselves pretty brave. We wake up to a world filled with hatred and turmoil, yet we continue to find the good. We face our battles and we still stand on our two feet. That is more bravery than I can account for.