Fear binds us in our existence. You may not understand the meaning of its shadow right there right now but like fog blinds your sight so does fear blind your heart and mind. The shadow of ignorance pursues your mind. Break down the dark walls and still dare to dream.
Fear a dream ?
The way towards the dream will break u down, hold u back, make u doubt yourself but if you dare to dream, care to win and develop to reach then fearing the destination will only make you lose the way. Fear is healthy but if it becomes the leading line in your life you will become the ghost of your own mind. You will be too scared to step up, too weak to pick up and too lazy to move on. As Lyod Douglas once said : “ If a man harbors any sort of fear, it percolates through all thinking, damages his personality and makes him a landlord to a ghost”. Every letter of the word FEAR screams for a description that symbols its input. FEAR stands for FALSE EVIDENCE APPEARING REAL. The more you feed the faith within the more you judge upon the facts. If you live by fear you won’t be able to lead by faith, because you are already a follower of fear. My father always told me that fear is the brother of death. Living a life based on fears is equal to not living at all. Stand up for what your worth. I know that life means struggle, I know that time means pain but I also know that having courage puts aside the pain, struggle and fear. Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear. The value you give a certain thing in life will decide whether you will succeed reaching it or not. How do you value your dreams? Fear is a habit, so is self-pity, defeat, anxiety, despair, hopelessness, resignation . You can eliminate all of these negative habits with two simple resolves: ” I can and I will!”.
Fears develop in a dark room just like negatives. Put on the light of faith and u will see again, you will dream again, you will believe again, you will reach again but most importantly you will live again.
By Sodaba Abibzay