Remember when dying use to be at the top of the list of one's greatest fears? That was immediately followed by losing a loved-one, going bankrupt, or missing a shoe sale. Well, maybe not the shoe sale, but there was once a time when fears were valid and had substance. Now, the things I fear are completely a product of the world we live in, or, the world I live in.
I fear the unknown. Isn't that what all these fears are about?
Not knowing what your reaction is going to be.
Not knowing what is going to happen next.
Not knowing how to fix the problem.
Not knowing who will be hurt.
Not knowing in general.
I know you're waiting for the famous quote by FDR. You know it and I know it, so there's really no need to include it in this post. I will, however, leave you with this quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson:
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