I fear losing one of my children or them losing me. God gave me some beautiful children, but for how long?
I fear the loss of mine and my loved one's already limited freedom to the ever growing institution of oppression, government.
There is a saying in my maternal language along the lines that whatever you fear most you will not 'escape'. From that, the logical deduction is that if you fear nothing ... you have nothing to escape. Thus, I fear nothing ...
the one thing i fear the most is becoming someone who i am not
by Grace Marguerite Williams 11 months ago
Is there still residual prejudice, even discrimination against childfree & 1-child families although the percentage of such families are increasing?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What are the FIVE THINGS that people are MOST fearful/apprehensive of? Why?
by Shawn Scarborough 6 years ago
What is your greatest fear? Has it ever come true?
by Kathryn L Hill 9 months ago
How will we ever rise above our fears? … what are we afraid of? The unknown?Death?Loss of control?Poverty?Work?We are afraid of so many things. … who can deny it?
by Stacie L 3 years ago
Is it becoming the norm to "fat-shame" people into losing weight?Private individuals and public personalities such as Kelly Clarkson are subject to "fat-shaming" on a regular basis. Chris Wallace is the latest to discuss Kelly's weight on the radio.Are people bullying her or are...
by Iulian M 5 years ago
I think the barrier between men and happiness is fear and nothing else. Are you agree with me?
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