Fear … by Michael
War is hell. You can’t photograph a flying bullet, but you can capture genuine fear.
This week I’m thinking about fear in the context of the world right now.
We are surrounded by so much hysteria, anxiety and confusion about what is happening and what is to come.
I listened to Ekhart Tolle the other day talking about fear and anxiety in terms of adversity.
Fear he suggests is what we sense is coming. In the present, the now, what we feel is anxiety about the present, and that manifests itself in fear of the unknown.
How then do we live in the present with so much gloom and doom descending on us?
One of the situations we are all facing is the stay at home request imposed by most governments.
For me, that is an easy one as I stay at home most of the time anyway. But when…
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