Fear Is Fear: Fear Is Made Of Fear

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Yet when you look closely, you’ll find that every fear you experience is actually made of thought. it’s thought appearing real.
Fear destroys creativity, hope, peace and joy. We have to commit every day to banishing fear from our lives. But a tremendous number of people live their lives paralyzed by fear. Have confidence to develop humility. Only courage can overcome fear.
Is fear really a choice? What is fear, really? where it comes from in the first place?I Where it goes when it’s not there? I Indeed have no answers. A question has to have an answer. And it is now clearer to me that we indeed have a choice, between 2 “fears” – one false, one True: that is when we worry, we are anxious, or live in fear – of anything. Well, in those moments
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Since I can at least intellectually recognize that the source of all fear is thought, I don’t have to make a big deal out of being afraid.

Feel the fear and be done with it, is no doubt a phrase that you have heard uttered. You probably muttered a few choice phrases beneath your breath in response! It's easy to say this when you aren't really afraid, is probably what you were thinking. Successful people you will generally hear them reference the fact that one of their greatest motivating forces was in fact fear of failure. Their fear drove them to work harder and leave no stone unturned. This is a great example of how a potential negative force can be turned into a powerfully positive motivating factor.
Fear is something that is triggered instinctively. It is part and parcel of our primary instinct to survive. You might say it is a primitive instinct. In fact it is so deeply embedded into our psyche that it comes upon us instinctively and automatically. We feel our bodily senses tuning up and shifting into red alert.

Thomas Edison said many of life's failures are men who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave
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