Is there something to be afraid of in this life?

  1. Not really. If you take the materialistic approach, it's all a dance of elementary particles that happen to be structured in a way to allow a certain self-reflection to occur, a so-called consciousness, that ends with death and when everything has dissolved, nothing will have mattered anyway. From this follows that your fear is imaginary.

  2. “When you awaken your heart, you find, to your surprise, that your heart is empty. You find that you are looking into outer space. What are you, who are you, where is your heart?

  3. Yes, real strength coming from the courage to be compassionate and strong in a world that is often scared, dark, and defensive.

  4. Ah yes. The path of embracing self-traumatization without any substantial cultural support to catch you when you fall.

  5. Only thing to be afraid of, if there is anything to fear, is not doing the right thing in this life and not loving those around you. Everything ends in life, so death isn’t to be feared anymore than being born should be. Easier said than done though :)

  6. Physical pain. I don’t care how spiritually developed you are, genital mutilation is no walk in the park for anyone.

  7. I used to be terrified of presenting. Then I realized that I was afraid of looking afraid. Then I realized what that dude meant when he said, “the only thing to fear, is fear itself.”

  8. Sure, plenty of stuff. There is nothing wrong with fear. It is the most primal and powerful emotion. It can serve as a guide. It is when you put up blocks against it that you are only handicapping yourself. Anxiety is with you from cradle to grave. It is an ally... a friend... to help manifest your authentic destiny in life. Develop a strong bond with it within yourself.

  9. Is there something to be afraid of in this life? My answer is yes. Fear God, which means to fear the consequences that happen when denying God. God is good, which means going outside of what Goodness says is to do something worse. To fear God is to start growing wisdom, as the Bible says.

  10. "There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love." - 1 John 4:18

  11. As long as you fear death there will be things to be afraid of. But when you’re no longer afraid to die there’s nothing left to fear. Speaking from experience

  12. I mean some bugs scare me, but as far as like fundamental fears go, once more truth come to light, maybe not being able to self actualize? Like for example I have this dream that I want to see through, something that I think could help others and myself, but at them moment I lack the necessary resources and skill to make it happen, so it is scary to think that I won't ever make it happen, perhaps the veil in front of me didn't fall off, but rather it just became more transparent lol

  13. probably things that could kill you like lions or something . probably dont wanna get too close to those

  14. Big Joe would sit in yer lap and purr. All 220 lbs. of him. He was a cougar-kitty raised by humans with his brother Little Joe. They could also run free in the backwoods whenever they wanted to.

  15. My two biggest fears are deep water (because sharks) and losing my family and having to live the rest of my days without them.

  16. Well... I still have a lot of my fear reflex throughout my daily life. It has gotten much better over the years, but have also learned how it feels to be truly in panic. There is notice reason to it, but it keeps me evaluating possible scenarios and how to deal with them. That is the "point" of it.

  17. It's important NOT to live in fear alone. Make some friends and meet the other emotions. Life would be less boring that way, but there's no need to throw the baby out with the bathwater.

  18. Missing an opportunity for a better Destiny in a way that cannot be fixed in your human lifetime.

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