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As Christopher Phillips continues to understand how to become a better person and have a different perspective on a variety of qualities in life, he now begins expanding his knowledge. Speaking with one particular group, the mentally ill, who seem to have a very different point of view and thoughts on the question; what is courage? The way the group of the mentally ill viewed courage to be was that they didn’t think you had to do something so big as saving another animal of person’s life to be considered courageous. Simply saving yourself is a huge accomplishment. The tasks most people do on a regular basis can be some of the hardest actions many other people face. Courage to the group is getting out of bed each morning, even though everyone

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