“Too many people are thinking of security instead of opportunity. They seem to be more afraid of life than death.” - James F. Byrnes

What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid?

It’s easy to allow fear to control our lives. But when we live out of fear, we don’t experience love and joy.

See, fear is rooted in “not-love.” And thinking, deciding, and acting based on “not-love” is just not worth it. Being afraid has no value in many day-to-day experiences and leads to insecurity, anxiety, jealousy, and resentment – all of which create barriers in our relationships with others and ourselves. And such barriers prevent us from experiencing life fully.

So, think for a minute. What would you do if you weren’t afraid? What would you not do? What would you say? What choices would you make? Who would you talk to? Where would you go?

All fears aside. All uncertainty, costs, times, limitations, and constraints aside. What would you do and who would you be?

Why not do all that and be that person, little by little, starting right now?

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