I've long rebelled against the ideal of "bravery." Mostly, because to be brave is something that people without power or with less cultural position and power are asked to do on a regular basis. To be "brave" denies the power of fear - facing one's fear, overcoming one's fear, challenging one's fear. Being "brave" feels like being asked to stand in silence, hoping for a good outcome.
No, thanks. The time for that has passed.