Annie is defeated badly by a formidable opponent in a hurdles race, and her confidence leaves her after that. Plato tries to help her get her it back by telling the story of "The Minatour", where an opportunity was taken to protect people in spite of the danger. When Zach acts confident, Ari points out to them both that different levels of courage are needed in different situations, as shown in Aesop's fable "The Brave Mice", and Plato speaks of William Tell, who put plenty at risk for his own sake and others'. Even the poem "If" is a reminder about how much courage life demands all in all. Written by
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Talking brave and being brave - they're too different things.
Aristotle, you're as eloquent as your namesake, the great philosopher.
"Facing the Wind"
Music and Lyrics by J.A.C. Redford
and Marcus Hummon
Performed by Bobbi Page See more