Reader comment on Elisabeth Kubler-Ross & David Kessler's passage ...
On Nov 16, 2016 Puja wrote:|
Fear is always about what will happen next. That means it is about something which Does not exist. If your fear is non-existant that means it is imaginary. If you are rooted in the present, in realty, there would be no fear. There is no point to put all your energies and imagine the worst and be fearful. At most what will happen- you will die. Well, everyone has to die someday. so might as well be fearless and live our life to the fullest in present moment.