Strength does not have to be physical; it can be emotional; it can be mental.
Strength comes from the heart – it is not on the outside of a person, therefore it does not have to be seen on the outside of a person.
Strength does not exclude crying, breaking down or hurting – a strong person can cry, break down and hurt.
Strength does not exclude fear; a strong person can have fear and be afraid – admitting their afraid or that they are afraid is what makes them stronger.
Strength is not determined by gender, age or race; it is determined by what one has gone through, what one has experienced and what one can do.
Strength can be found in the heart, soul, mind, body and words.
If what doesn’t kill a person only makes a person stronger, strength is determined by one’s obstacles.
Strength can be determined by one’s goals and whether or not they have accomplished them.
Strength can be determined by talent – whether in a sport, subject, hobby or other activity.
Everyone is strong; it simply depends on how they look at the word and what they think it means.
What do you think it means?