There's no bravery in being fearless. It's simple.
"Fears are educated into us, and can, if we wish, be educated out of us."- Karl Menninger
We learn fears. They are not inate responses. Many of you don't believe me when I say that. It is much easier to justify our fears to oursleves and to others when we think they are a natural response. Some response are; like a baby's startle infulence if you pretend to drop them. But in time the startle response disappers. Unless, of course, mom yells "Are you okay?" or makes a horrified expression. Then the child relearns to be scared of the falling sensation.
With adults we have so many things we decide to be scared of;