To Kill A Mockingbird Essays: The Existence Of Human Fear

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The list of all viable human possesses a common root from which they stem: a lack of the sense of accomplishment. All humans, directly or indirectly, determine goals for themselves in some way, shape or form; the sheer thought of not attaining a set goal frightens certain individuals more than spiders, heights, or any other common phobia. When a person begins to live in the world without any feeling of purpose or achievement, he or she ceases to exist as a human being. Therefore, human fear is a state of uncertainty that prevents individuals from reaching a set or desired goal. The fear of failure alone prevents individuals from trying and participating in new activities. Human fear only exists because humans allow it to exist; in other
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