What if we were to take your fears of failure, success and being noticed, and we squished them all into a glass bottle, and dropped it into an active volcano?
how would you feel then?
That is quite a concept. I guess if I got rid of those fears, I would begin to blossom into the success I am suposed to be (or could be)? Thanks for the thought, maybe that is exactly what I will do.
I would love it. I bury my problems by putting them in covered cans in my yard until I want to deal with them. It sounds similar to the volcano. Both are techniques to free the mind from brain overload.
I wish I could vote up both of your answers more. They both rock
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