by: Abuh Monday Eneojo
The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.
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Okay. Let’s get to it. Fear! It one thing people fear in our society. The sound or knowledge of danger is always approached with utter caution.
Often times I ask myself why people scare easily but the answer did not come to me until I started typing this article.
Some months ago, I was heading to church with high hopes of getting to church on time as I walked, hastily.
I never knew…no, I knew there were dogs around but the thought evaded my mind at that time because all I could think of was how to get to church on time.
I was gobsmacked when I heard violent barks coming my way. Shock became a companion. My heart raced because I was scared. That wasn’t the first time 😁
You see, fear comes when you desire not hurt, cannot control a scenario and when things come without prior knowledge of their arrival.
I may be wrong but I feel it right because like you, I have my own fair share of fear.
The question now is, is fear a negative or positive vibe? Is it a sign of weakness or strength?
What do you think?