IT’S SCARY TO NOT BE AFRAID ANYMORE

For most of my adult life, I’ve relied on “fear” as an ally in my mission to succeed in life.  Continuously trying to anticipate all possible, future “bad outcomes” I could think of, then planning how to prevent each one of them has given me hope that I may be able to avoid some or many of them.  Sound like a good plan?  Well, there’s a flaw.  Even if you prevent EVERY bad outcome by your fearful vigilance, you’ve lived a life spent painfully, anxiously, 100% in the fear-mode.

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