Fear is an expounder of potent force: a wave of forceful optimism, a stagnant instiller to act, an evoker of veiled adrenaline. Fear commands bold efficiency. Fear requires an obligatory bind to our convictions. Fear creates an essence of spirited audacity, a keen perception of reality. It causes our minds, bodies, and souls to accept adversity and assertively challenge it. With fear as an ally, we become combatants against mediocrity, against failure. Fear mandates excellence. Fear mandates valor. Fear mandates action.
Fear: A Definition
April 7, 2010