Fear is not meant to be a daily way of life,
it is supposed to be an early warning system,
a protective mechanism.
We live in a world where anxiety, stress, depression and fear have become commonplace, everyday, typical. The day comes for us all when fear, well meaning and often at the right moment, grabs us up like a child within it’s arms to protect us. It holds us and cradles us. It shows us how to survive.
The question isn’t whether in that moment is the fear true because IN THAT MOMENT it is and it is right to protect us. It saved us and therefore makes us feel safe. Too often we will hang on to the fear because we think it IS safe. The question becomes when and how do we let it go? How long do we allow our beauty, our truth, and our light to be shadowed by this fear that goes from cradling mother into a shadow that overpowers us?
How much of your life right now is being determined by fear?