Monday, August 26, 2013

Fear is Exaggerated - by Eta Uso (Jr)

What is fear? Am sure many people would find it difficult at instantly defining the meaning of fear. Most people would define fear by reusing the word 'fear' in their definition. Some other people would define 'fear' by the utilizing the word 'scared'.

Am sure almost no one, if any at all, would be able to give a proper definition of 'fear' within the first 5 - 10 seconds of being asked. What does this then tell us? Simply shows that 'fear' is not something we can physically hold onto. This further tells us that our ability to embrace what we cannot define is simply out of our inability to utilize our power of 'choice'. Why embrace 'fear' when you can embrace 'boldness'? Both characteristics are non-physical, thus our ability to choose between both resides in our minds. Knowing this, why then do we choose 'fear' and its accompanying limitations, when we can as easily choose 'boldness' and its accompanying abilities to conquer our world.

If you have ever confronted your fears with boldness, I can precisely tell that you would agree - 'fear' is overrated.

'Fear' only exists when you make it your choice, same as 'Boldness' only exists when you make it your choice.

Choose one!

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Eta Uso (Jr)
Twitter: @royaltyuso

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