Courage. Sometimes it doesn’t have to be a big show. Sometimes it’s in the small decisions we make every day either to stand up for an ideal or to act with integrity.

Courageous people inspire me.

They’d rather do what’s right than what’s easy. And sometimes that’s enough.

The Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain

The winged figure on top isn’t Eros. It’s Anteros, the Greek god of love fulfilled.

It tops a fountain in Piccadilly Circus that honours Anthony Ashley Cooper. The philanthropist and politician who amongst many other things, successfully replaced child labour with school education.

I don’t know what type of man he was, but his everyday decisions helped change the lives of people in London.

For #bloganuary. Who is someone that inspires you and why?

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