If you fear living life, you run the risk of losing life.
That doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily die.
It means that when we fear living, we run the risk of losing the fun, warmth and accomplishments that come our way.
This doesn’t mean you have to jump out of an airplane (but, it could).
It means do the things that make you feel alive.
I was never one for bucket lists just to have one. I have little interest in checking things off the list of life.
But do you want to start a business?
Meet new friends?
Remarrying or starting a new relationship after a failed one?
Let go of something that is making you unhappy?
It is just as easy to program yourself to reach out and grab life’s next challenge as it is to let it pass you by out of concern for safety.
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