“Do what you fear and fear disappears.”
– David J. Schwartz, 1927 – 1987, Writer, Motivational Coach
The road to the unknown is as long as you make it,
for as long as you fear.
The touch of your toe-tip upon the ground,
is when the journey begins.
That fear, bygone.
Go straight in and come straight out.
There is nothing more painful than waiting for pain to happen.
Most of the time, in painful experiences, we will be in a trance, struggling but growing, emerging out of our cocoon as a freer, lighter spirit, leaving the weight behind.
Renewed. Refreshed. Enriched.
“We are not afraid of what is fearful, but of fear itself. Embrace all genuine threats. And live freely.” – Vishal Singh