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Are Your Fears Valid? Embracing Life in The Moment

TheThis Jan. 11, 2010 photo shows a wrecked College Station police cruiser and Maserati, right, in College Station, Texas. Officer Tracy Sheets was injured after the Maserati driven by an unidentified person crashed head-on Sunday, Jan 10, 2010. The crash left Sheets hospitalized with broken bones. Police say Sheets had responded to a complaint about vehicles racing.
TheThis Jan. 11, 2010 photo shows a wrecked College Station police cruiser and Maserati, right, in College Station, Texas. Officer Tracy Sheets was injured after the Maserati driven by an unidentified person crashed head-on Sunday, Jan 10, 2010. The crash left Sheets hospitalized with broken bones. Police say Sheets had responded to a complaint about vehicles racing.
. (AP Photo/Bryan-College Station Eagle, Dave McDermand)

Comments

  • Zuli 5 years ago

    You briefly covered the impact of how Anxiety has imprisoned too many people for too long.

    Death has always taboo in our society. As soon as we accept the fact death is a part of life, fear of living a full life will transform to the desire to experience our hearts desire. Faith and support help the transformation.

  • Rosemary 5 years ago

    I thought this article was well written, concise and to the point. good advice.

  • Mores the better 5 years ago

    Good article

  • Ann Day 5 years ago

    This is so true. If you are frightened of everything and stay home all the time life passes you by. One woman who lived to be 100 said the secret to a long life was to stay home as much as possible, mind your own business and keep a very clean house. It is a choice. Life is a risk even if you stay home all the time.

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