Courage quotes in To Kill a Mockingbird

Courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. – Atticus Finch

Real courage is when you know you’re licked before you begin, but you begin anyway and see it through. – Atticus Finch

Courage is knowing that you might lose, but going ahead and fighting anyway. – Atticus Finch

Courage is not allowing your fear to dictate your actions. – Atticus Finch

True courage is standing up for what is right, even when it’s unpopular. – Atticus Finch

Courage is doing what is necessary, even when it’s difficult. – Atticus Finch

Courage is having the strength to face adversity and take action. – Atticus Finch

It takes courage to be kind in a world that can be cruel. – Scout Finch

Sometimes the greatest act of courage is simply to be yourself. – Scout Finch

Courage is standing up for what you believe in, even when others disagree. – Jem Finch

Courage is not backing down in the face of injustice. – Jem Finch

True courage is standing up for those who cannot stand up for themselves. – Jem Finch

Courage is not about physical strength, but about moral fortitude. – Jem Finch

Courage is having the strength to face your fears and overcome them. – Jem Finch

Courage is having the audacity to dream big and pursue your dreams. – Miss Maudie

It takes courage to challenge the status quo and fight for change. – Miss Maudie

Courage is the willingness to step outside your comfort zone and take risks. – Miss Maudie

True courage is being true to yourself, even when it’s hard. – Miss Maudie

Courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. – Boo Radley

Courage is not seeking recognition for your actions, but doing what is right regardless. – Boo Radley

It takes courage to face your past and confront your demons. – Boo Radley

Courage is finding the strength to forgive those who have wronged you. – Boo Radley

True courage is being able to love and trust again, despite being hurt. – Tom Robinson

Courage is standing up to prejudice and discrimination. – Tom Robinson

Courage is not giving up, even when the odds are stacked against you. – Tom Robinson

True courage is persisting in the face of injustice. – Tom Robinson

Courage is believing in yourself and your ability to make a difference. – Calpurnia

It takes courage to challenge societal norms and fight for equality. – Calpurnia

Courage is standing up for what is right, even when it’s unpopular. – Calpurnia

Courage is not about physical strength, but about moral conviction. – Calpurnia

True courage is speaking out against injustice, even when your voice shakes. – Dolphus Raymond

Courage is having the strength to live your life on your terms. – Dolphus Raymond

Courage is not conforming to societal expectations, but staying true to yourself. – Dolphus Raymond

Courage is having the ability to embrace empathy and show compassion towards others. – Atticus Finch

It takes courage to see the good in people, even when their actions may suggest otherwise. – Atticus Finch

Courage is the willingness to stand alone, if it means standing up for what is right. – Atticus Finch

True courage is standing up against a system that is inherently unjust. – Atticus Finch

Courage is not about seeking glory or fame, but doing what is right because it is right. – Scout Finch

Courage is standing up for the little guy, even when it’s easier to stay silent. – Scout Finch

Courage is not measured by physical prowess, but by the strength of one’s character. – Jem Finch

True courage is being able to see the world through different eyes and challenge your own beliefs. – Jem Finch

Courage is not about winning, but about facing your fears head-on. – Miss Maudie

It takes courage to be vulnerable and show your true self to the world. – Miss Maudie

Courage is the willingness to take a stand, even when it means standing alone. – Boo Radley

True courage is being able to forgive, even when it feels impossible. – Tom Robinson

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