Every man dies. Not every man really lives.
I’ve always liked this quote and have used it many times without actually knowing its origin (a little embarrassing, I know). But I found out the other day that it was originally spoken by a man that I view as a real-life superhero: William Wallace. Which makes me like it even more.
We’re all faced with many fears in life, and standing up for what you believe in is often difficult. The Wallace overcame these challenges and although he eventually died for what he believed, I don’t think he would have taken back the decisions that he made.