Thursday, July 17, 2014

Fear

I think it is a kind of source control’s self and not only those done a mistake, fear prevents someone falling into the pit of unrighteous deeds. I was thinking about fear last night and a question rose within why should we fear sometime?  I think if we fear for each and everything, we can’t survive quiet in this world. Fear is a tremendous inability prevents us from progressive life and let run only within a circle of certain. Fear is a common sense exhibits in everyone but how far we take it matters and being aware of things, certainly reduces the fear to least exist or exit quite.

There are certain things we can’t avoid fearing and the most common cause was the condition of our health; which is the most fearful phase in my life. If I fall sick or feel something usually with health, the fear come stick quickly, even though I live with constant down progress with permanent disorder. I know anyone would fear falling sick all of sudden, but no one would react in the way I used to and connect with serious illnesses. If there isn’t fault with us, we no need to fear quite but sometimes situation goes against us though we are crystal clear water; anyone will use it or make dirty washing their hands.

Fear is a compulsion when we survive in unsafe zone. Though courage is something one needed to battle the evil surrounded environment rather sitting ideally in fear. Everyone has an inbuilt fear I guess and it perhaps changes depend on the circumstance and state of the mind, but that doesn’t mean we are timorous. Sometime anger is also an expression of fear when something goes wrong or loses of achieving something and anger is also used as a tool to hide fear.

8 comments:

Optimistic Existentialist said...

This is very thought-provoking Jeevan. Fear can be both good and bad. Some things we fear out of a natural instinct (dangerous situations, illness, etc) but others are harmful fears (meeting new people, public speaking, etc). Great post :)

TexWisGirl said...

we all wish to have control, and when we don't, the fear kicks in.

Rajesh said...

Very true fear prevents progress.

George said...

I think there are times when fear is justified -- it may help keep us safe in what could be an unsafe situation. But fear is a bad thing if it controls every aspect of our lives.

ladyfi said...

So true about anger being a mask to hide fear.

Destination Infinity said...

Yes, anger is an expression of fear.

Some fear is required, I guess, but with experience, life teaches us what to fear and what not to.

Destination Infinity

Betsy Adams said...

I enjoyed this post, Jeevan... In my life, I TRY not to let fear control me.. I have many friends who seem to be scared of so many things, things which shouldn't be fearful to them or to anyone...

BUT--some fears are good and those are the fears which protect us, and help keep us safe...

Death is one thing I am not fearful about, yet many people ARE... I think that it is my faith which tells me that there's something bigger and better for me after death... Of course, I don't want to die --and do what I can do to stay healthy... BUT--when it's my turn, I'm ready...

Great post.
Hugs,
Betsy

Karyn Bryson said...

You have been doing some heavy analyzing about fear. We don't usually think of anger as being a kind of fear but you are right there. Sometimes I wake in the night with feelings of dread and fear. It is senseless as it just keeps me awake and then in the morning I am back to normal. Do we all waste too much of our lives doing the "What IF" game?