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Sunday, August 30, 2015

On The Other Side Of Fear

Wars and rumors of wars. Disease. Environmental destruction. Failing economies, falling stocks and poverty. The world is one great big mess. Most days it is easy to get lost in the negativity of it all. Being fearful is the natural result of such a focus. The thing is, there is so much more on the other side of fear.

There is friendship and peace on the other side of fear. Many people work behind the scenes every day to bring cooperation to situations that are on the verge of becoming volatile. The fact of the matter is, most people worldwide do not hate and dislike the idea of fighting. It is only our supposed "leaders" who fight for control of the world's resources that take us into conflict in the first place. We have the power to change this by making our voices heard.

There are cures for disease on the other side of fear. Often, finding them requires looking beyond what we are told. Some of the cures we know about. Others still require finding. Our world and even our own bodies can reveal secrets to how to keep our bodies in health.

The world's money problems continue to play in the forefronts of our minds, thanks to the media. Markets all over the world are volatile and in freefall. The thing to remember here is, you can't eat money. Even though we believe we need money to survive, the reality is we don't. We need food to survive. We need water and air and access to clothing and housing. Understand the things we need to survive already exist. We just need to rethink the system that gets them to us.

Stepping into the other side of fear requires us to focus on improvements that need to be made. The only reason we need to even acknowledge the fear is so we understand exactly what needs to be changed in the first place. Fear does not need to be given place in our hearts.

It is time to step out on the other side of fear, and change the world.

~CSE

  


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