The Reality Of Fear

Created on Sunday, 20 July 2014 07:32

You’re not afraid of the dark; you’re afraid of what’s in it.

You’re not afraid of heights; you’re afraid of falling.

You’re not afraid of the people around you; you’re afraid of rejection.

You’re not afraid to love; you’re just afraid of not being loved back.

You’re not afraid to let go; you’re just afraid to accept the fact that it’s gone.

You’re not afraid to try again; you’re just afraid of getting hurt for the same reason.

Understand more, fear not.

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