Saturday, August 14, 2010

Here's to a fearless weekend.



Fearlessness has been a recent topic of conversation with some of my friends.
I feel fearless most of the time. What about you?
Is fear ever a good thing?
And can someone who's naturally timid become more fearless, just by practicing?
Penny for your thoughts.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think fear can be healthy sometimes. A little bit, anyway.

The Kid In The Front Row said...

It's an interesting question, BUT- the thing about fear, is it's not something we're always aware about. I think we all have fear in some respects-- and sometimes, you just don't know at all until something happens in your life, and it gets opened up to you.

amy said...

That's true. Good thoughts....

Diya said...

I'm pretty much a risk-taker. As a result I've been hurt in a lot of ways but I'm also all the more wiser and determined to achieve my goals. Some of the most beautiful things in life require a dash of fearlessness: art, love, science, music, and philosophy.... :)

Chelsea said...

I think it all depends on what kind of fearless you mean. Being fearful can save your life. Fight or flight and all that. But taking risks in a personal life setting, saying hi to that person you've been eying at the bus stop for months, that is a fear worth fighting through.

amy said...

Diya-- So true!

Chelsea-- I couldn't agree more!

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