Wouldn't it be nice if we could inherit courage or kindness or a sense of
humor just as we inherit money?
I'd rather have money.
But isn't courage more precious?
Courage isn't an object like a diamond or a dollar bill.
It cannot be given.
IT IS A DECISION.
But, one man's hero is another's traitor.
King George of England threatened to hang America's founding fathers.
But, they had the courage to sign the Declaration of Independence.
Ironically, both England and America are now bankrupt.
And that is the moral dilemma of courage and money.
I like your philosophy in prose.
But, I think it needs to be a little more direct.
"The sun is lucent, yet, it burns." you write.
It is burning so it is bright.
I don't see the need to make this obvious statement.
"He saw a bush that burned, but did not burn." Moses.
Is that what you were referring to?
Still, a fun read!