All Fear Is A Waste Of Time

All fear is a waste of time.

Force yourself to make decisions and the answers are forced to come out.

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7 comments

  1. I think I have wasted so much time and still cannot force myself to make so many decisions. I fear of wasting my life without expressing myself to the people who should know and listen to me without any prejudice. Should I learn the art of forcing me and others? Answers seems to be very
    far away and I am waiting to get one. When It comes naturally and flawlessly, acceptance becomes so easy to adopt as one’s nature and finally it culminates in one’s character.

  2. Keith Waycaster · · Reply

    When fear stimulates an awareness of a threat and gives you the opportunity to prepare in such a way that passing through the event is easier, then fear has served its purpose in a healthy way. Especially when the thing feared may affect our children, spouse, neighbors, etc. Our grandparents were very good at this, they took steps to ensure their survival in difficult times, they knew hard times would eventually come around, and as a result, they survived, and they survived pretty good in many cases. Fear has a place, if we can just keep it in it. IMHO

    1. You know what, I have to say, for the most part, I agree with you. But our society is fed so much artificial fear, that believing that nearly all fear is a waste of time will get you a lot closer to where you need to be.

  3. Wonderful post! Thanks so much for all your inspiring words. Since you’ve been such a source of inspiration for me I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blog award.
    http://livingleen.wordpress.com/2013/07/08/gratefully-inspired/

  4. For Making a dying girl think and cutting her some slack. Thank you.
    http://www.anhonestdayortwo.com

  5. Oh so right! Fear is definitely a waste of time and yet we still let it overtake us so many times. thanks for sharing!

  6. Hai.. ヽ(^Д^)ノ
    I have for a Shine On award, Wish you luck (^~^)

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