Monday, May 3, 2004

Fear or Fearless?

What is life all about, lately I've been coping with fears.  Trying to get past the anxiety and the panic attacks of starting over again.  It's not all fear, there is also hope, hope for happiness, freedom, and the fulfillment I've been saying I want.  I'm about to go look at the place I was writing about yesterday.  I find myself asking, what am I afraid of, can I do it, will I have enough, just trying to conquer my fears I guess.  Before the light there is darkness.  I'm still trying to create light out of darkness.  I've always battled my fears, I've always been a worryier, but I think I'm getting better.  I've heard on the other side of fear lies paradise.  That's where I want to go.  All prayers are appreciated!  :)

5 comments:

gbgoglo said...

Fear of the unknown strikes fear in the bravest and strongest.  But how many times have we faced the unknown and survived it until the next unknown crossed our paths.  Sometimes we have to look at where we've been to see how far we've come...My thoughts and prayers are with you always...gloria...go to your destiny!

daven0606 said...

remember, our fears make us stronger. they may seem insurmountable at times (especially when faced with starting over.. i know how that goes) but they do prepare us and help us through the tough times that will, inevitably, be there again.. and that's where paradise lies.. knowing that we can get through it and that there are others out there who support us through the good and the bad.. my prayers are with you too...

carolhehe said...

people are so diversified. This is what we used to sing about freinds. Make new friends but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold.
http://journals.aol.com/carolhehe/gypsypaths

aiibrat said...

Pass through the fear & you will find paradise.  :::praying::: -=) Recognize the worry & just move on.  You can do it.  

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onestrangecat said...

You are in my prayers.

I know a lot about panic attacks and anxiety attacks.  I can feel your pain.  Hang in there.