When you constantly exhibit fear, this emotion is so easy to manipulate and take advantage of. From predators in the wild to predators in the work place and your personal life, there’s always someone waiting to take advantage of your paranoia. And even if no one does, you limit yourself with your fearful nature!
- The Mentally Poor: You are always worried that money will run out, so you will never take risks. You think you will be victim of the rich man’s brutal risk taking and so you never makes friends with the rich – You die poor.
- The Abused Partner: she thinks there is no life outside the grips of her abuser. She lives in consistent hatred of herself and her weakness, but will never take a chance to be free.
- The Fearful Child: You are too afraid of disapproval and failure; think you cannot do without parental backup. This is how a man at 30 remains an errand boy in his father’s house.
- The Unemployed: Life is so hard on you that you would readily accept any kind of work. You become a victim to human trafficking, drug peddlers, wicked bosses. You will do anything for your next meal.
- The Deeply Religious: Everything is a sin to you! The fear of damnation is constantly leading you down a path of guilt and condemnation. Everything you have will be taken away from you because you think God wants to be paid off for your sins.
- The Guilty: Your fear is what you bring on your own self. You know the difference between right and wrong but you chose to do wrong. When trouble strikes, your feet are quick to the prayer houses and mountain tops.
- The Uninformed: Illuminati, conspiracy theories and faux theories have kept you away from opportunities. Every new thing poses a threat to you, and wealth and fame can only have a suspicious source. Your life is too predictable.
Even God denies the fearful, why do you think anyone should tolerate a fearful person? Those who face their fears must take caution when empathising with fear, or they are in danger of sharing in the fate of the fearful.
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