With the recent reveal of the ‘made-over’, psychologically and sexually confused Bruce Jenner on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine, words like ‘courage’, ‘strength’ and ‘bravery’ were used. However, when I look at the picture on the cover of the magazine, I see no resemblance to anything even close to any of those words. Instead, all I see is a miserable and worn-out example of a man who is psychologically and sexually confused and possibly medically injured who is being taken advantage of by those around him who are greedy and almost as psycho as he is for helping and promoting this unhealthy and unnatural, fruitless endeavor to make Bruce happy by ‘making-over’ his outsides like a band-aid on an open wound when common sense tells you the patient needs surgery or healing on the inside. Once healed on the inside, the process will work its way to the outside and will become evident to everyone around him.
But not to get off point; I wanted to say what Bruce Jenner has done in no way can be called ‘courage’ or ‘courageous’. It can only be called ‘coward’ or ‘cowardly’. And to prove my point, I present a picture and brief story of an example of TRUE Courage, Army Lt. Colonel Gregory Gadson.
Army Lt. Colonel Gregory Gadson lost both legs above the knee in an I.E.D. explosion while serving our country in Irag in 2007. After recovering, he became the first double amputee to return to active duty. That, and HE is an example of TRUE COURAGE.
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