Yes, all people have doubts even the strongest in body and mind.
I think doubt is the reluctance to choose between fear and letting go of fear. It all comes down to whether you have the courage to confront your fear and act upon your true desires or cower in fear and run to the warm embrace of stability.
All people should have doubts, all people will have doubts but only a few will have the courage to do what they truly think or desire.
Courage is like a muscle, it gets stronger and strengthened by use. So next time when you’re in doubt, work that muscle, be courageous!
- Courage is a moral quality; it is not a chance gift of nature like an aptitude for games. It is a cold choice between two alternatives, the fixed resolve not to quit; an act of renunciation which must be made not once but many times by the power of the will. Charles Wilson, 1st Baron Moran, The Anatomy of Courage (1967)
- Courage is the ladder on which all the other virtues mount. Clare Boothe Luce, Reader’s Digest (May 1979)
- Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your wings on the way down. Ray Bradbury, Brown Daily Herald (March 24, 1995)