There is no great virtue in courage. Courage is momentary, and after that it subsides. Are you always equally courageous? The jails of the world are full of very, very courageous people. At least in their moment of madness, you could say they were not short of courage.
When you have clarity, then something much more indomitable than courage comes from it. From clarity what you get is something much more stable, much more lasting; not something that is frothing and shouting and erupting, but something that is passively and solidly and permanently present in you.
Courage appears heroic; courage is spectacular. What clarity gives you may not appear heroic or spectacular, but it does great things. If you want to steal the show for five minutes, ask for courage. If you want to live a worthy life, ask for clarity.