Fear paradox – the product of the thoughts that we create.
Today, I chose to come back with an article about fear paradox, and about how it sabotages us to live our dreams.
We often hear from others encouragements such as “do not be afraid.”
This is perhaps one of the most common expressions which we hear when someone encourages us to face a difficult situation. We hear these words in various situations of restlessness, insecurity, discouragement or anxiety. But in spite of such encouragements, each of us has felt how the fear mastered himself. In such a situation instead of thinking positively, we sink more into fear.
The French writer Michel of Montaigne said that “Fear is the thing I am most afraid of.” We concluded so that, most of the times this fear is caused by the difficulty of accepting the situations which we do not agree with, which do not coincide with our aspirations.
Also, we tend to be afraid of sickness, of pain, of solitude, of violence, of betrayal, of abandonment. But the reactions vary in the front of such fears. From violent states to isolation, from intolerance to indifference.
The fear blocks our joy of living and to love with true.
We use fear as an excuse when we do not have the courage to live our dreams. We give up on our dreams leaving us “paralyzed” by fear. Is it worth it?
Taking into account that we have only one life?
Is it worth to allow to this emotion to control our life, our actions, our feelings?
I do not think so.
We must realize once and for all that fear is not real, but it is just a product of the thoughts that we create.
It is possible that a specific danger to be real, but the fear is a choice that belongs entirely to us.
Fear paradox – the excuse of giving up on your dreams!
I know it is difficult to understand the fear paradox but to defeat it is an act of courage. Nicolae Iorga states that “Fear has more imagination than courage”.
Therefore, let us stop the imagination of fear through acts dignified of courage.