Defining ‘Defiance’

noun /dɪˈfʌɪəns/ open resistance. Origin: Old French

When a ranger is surrounded by a herd of enemies but he still raises his sword.

When you listen to your heart even when your logic says ‘impossible’

When a couple of nuclear bombs fails to burn a small country’s aspiration

When you choose to let her go, and you do it wearing a smile.

when you are the last man standing for your team and you stand tall, chin up

When you are breaking up with someone but you say nothing derogatory. Or memorable.

 

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An anti-war protestor during Cuban missile crisis 1962. Don Mccullin

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