Fear Fear.

Two visible Fears and one invisible Fear is the secret ingredient of the above title. One is verb, the other is noun, third invisible is with us, we use it as verbs and nouns as we feel fit matching to the occasions.

Fear can be gauged from one’s eyes, voice, body language, even from the very absence.

The carriers of this unavoidable pandemic, that is fear, are kids, teens, grownups, students, teachers, employees, employers, politicians, their subjects, rich, poor, kings, slaves, man, even animals and can be plants too!

Of course my blogs are mostly read by human, hence, rightly, I will spare animals and plants for another occasion on this topic.

Fear Fear – really?

When fear starts out-skin us, we begin to suffer its effects also. May not necessarily be negative, sometimes positive also. We must understand and practice ‘Fear Management Techniques’ for harnessing the positivity of fear; topic for another days discussion, not today.

So, ‘Do we need to fear fear?’

Yes, we should fear, if we are clueless and afraid to contain the fear in itself and its unpredictable and disastrous results.

No, we should not fear, if we know the art of taking charge of that fear and channeling it to the right spot of our brain and heart. In that case, it can and will create miracles in our life, trust me!

Fear is bad, if it makes you sit back and curse your fate and destiny. Fear is good, if it allows you to see the clarity in your fate and destiny and propel further.

Fear is bad, if it makes you doubt of your ability, skill and talent. Fear is good, if it allows you to strengthen your ability, skill and talent.

Fear is bad, if it holds you from achieving goals and success of your career. Fear is good, if it hold you to the track of achieving goals and success of your career.

Fear is bad, if it allow others to rule over you and enslave you for your mistakes and failures. Fear is good, if it allows you to rule yourself and allows you to learn from your mistakes and failures.

Fear is bad, if it discourages you from meeting new people, build and maintain relationships towards mutual success. Fear is good, if it encourages you to meet, build and maintain relationships towards mutual success.

Fear is bad, if it stops you from learning new healthy habits and unlearn bad habits. Fear is good, if it allows you to learn new healthy habits and unlearn bad habits.

Fear is bad, if it makes you complain about your situations and surroundings. Fear is good, if it makes you grateful for your situations and surroundings.

Fear is bad, if it threatens your existence. Fear is is good, if it thrive your existence.

Now, let’s ask ourself once again, ‘Do we really need to fear fear?’

Published in TheMujeebPatla.Wordpress.com on March 29, 2020.

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