Indomitable Spirit


    Indomitable is something that cannot be subdued or overcome such as a person, the will, or courage. It can be used to describe someone who is strong, brave, determined, and difficult to defeat or frighten. Indomitable can also imply a tenacity which is a mental or moral strength to resist opposition, danger, or hardship. Spirit can have many meanings but, in this case it refers to a special attitude or frame of mind. Spirit, in this case, also suggests a quality of temperament enabling one to hold ones own or keep up ones morale when opposed or threatened.
    Courage, bravery, valor, and fortitude all refer to qualities of spirit and conduct. Courage permits one to face extreme dangers and difficulties without fear. Bravery implies true courage with daring and an intrepid boldness. Valor implies heroic courage. Fortitude is bravery over a long period of time. An indomitable spirit utilizes all these qualities to have the mental or moral strength to not only persevere and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty but, to overcome them as well.