frozen and paralyzed.
if i peak to see if my fear is justified,
there is a chance that my fear is justified.
if i refuse to look,
i will lie here forever paralyzed.
the moment of action separates imagined fear from the reality of it
but the questions remain;
are you satisfied with being afraid for possibly no reason?
will you be satisfied if what you discover is truly terrifying?
are you satisfied with this paralysis and inaction?
to feel afraid means at some point you felt unafraid.
there was a point at which you felt no uncertainty or disbelief,
that you were once comfortable.
the only way to overcome fear is to act
and in return to learn.
whether you are certain there is a reason to be afraid or not,
simply find a place of certainty.
in this place, fear becomes a surmountable obstacle.
but first you must know, and first you must act.
what is there to be afraid of?