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Show me how to be brave. How to be made of still and steady ground instead of waves, or rocks instead of fire, and flickering, dying flame. How to walk in the storm and not be swallowed by wind, or how to breathe when your throat feels as though it’s rapidly tightening, and closing in.

Show me how to be brave. How to be made of still and steady ground instead of waves, or rocks instead of fire, and flickering, dying flame. How to walk in the storm and not be swallowed by wind, or how to breathe when your throat feels as though it’s rapidly tightening, and closing in.

Looking down: Astronaut Karen Nyberg posted the startling fire photo to her Twitter account late August 24. She took the shot from 230 miles above the earth

Looking down: Astronaut Karen Nyberg posted the startling fire photo to her Twitter account late August 24. She took the shot from 230 miles above the earth

Remembering Apollo 1 astronauts Roger Chaffee, Ed White and Gus Grissom on the anniversary of the launchpad fire that took their lives in 1967.  See more: http://ti.me/1y9oJiI  (Ralph Morse—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Remembering Apollo 1 astronauts Roger Chaffee, Ed White and Gus Grissom on the anniversary of the launchpad fire that took their lives in 1967. See more: http://ti.me/1y9oJiI (Ralph Morse—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Improvements to Head Injury Criteria May Lead to Better Traumatic Brain Injury Detection in the Future

Improvements to Head Injury Criteria May Lead to Better Traumatic Brain Injury Detection in the Future

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