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Some People Fear This White Wolf

Updated on June 22, 2012

“I don't know if anybodies thoughts could affect anyone as just thoughts but imagine it from my perspective (Andrei aka Mr. Happy, aka White Wolf) real name, Agent Orange or Sir Orange, hope you understand what I mean, anonymity is a measure of distrust somewhat.” – Mr. Gareth Pritchard.

I met Mr. Pritchard on Hub-pages, last fall: http://garethpritchard.hubpages.com/. I read a few of his articles and he read some of mine. At one point in time, I took the time to write him an email. Many people get that from me, for better or worse … I like conversations – I like to know what people think, in general.

In one email written to me, Mr. Pritchard said something which caught me by surprise: “The question is what are your thoughts doing to me, the same I expect, trying to break down my understanding, which I think it would be simpler to just ask, ha, ha, not intending to be presumptuous”. He told me that people in general should fear me because I break-down their understanding of this three-dimensional perspective. That thought stayed with me because I think the Law of Unintended Consequences has somehow come into effect.

I know much about Fear. I learned about it as much as I could. I honestly laugh at Fear and I can tell You a little secret: that is one way how You can disarm Fear, right away: laugh! To see that I may be feared without me showing some fangs or even doing a little growl or something, is not what I had in mind. Being feared without trying to be feared is dull to say the least; besides it being unreasonable and I am only half-joking.

It is true that through my writing and by communicating with me, there is a high chance that one’s understanding of this three dimensional perspective may break-down in some areas. I do not leave things broken though – if I take something apart, it is because I know that something can be started anew. Sometimes it is useful to level something in order to build something else – it may even be necessary.

On top of which, I cannot break-down anyone’s perception unless that person is ready for it. Thus, there is no reason to Fear me: I cannot change your understanding without your Will. Ultimately, You have to do it yourself – I can just perhaps point the way ... One of my philosophy professors told a kid in class something which I will never forget, one day many years ago: “If You’re not there, I cannot help You”. The kid was not “there” for sure and he never returned to class. Life goes on, nothing to worry about.

This was just on my mind and I thought I’d talk about it. I am of the opinion that there is nothing to Fear from this White Wolf, unless You dislike being shown through new doors of perception. We have two choices always: Love or Fear. It is all up to us what we chose.


Note: I would like to thank Mr. Pritchard for the conversations we have had and might have in the future. I also would like to thank him for allowing this piece of writing to be posted on Hub-pages; without him this would not have been possible.

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    • Mr. Happy profile imageAUTHOR

      Mr. Happy 

      5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      My condolences, Mrs. Sharewhatyouknow.

      I have been told that to lose a child is one of the toughest things in our lives. I have known a few people which have gone through such an experience, including my own grandmother who lost her daughter (my mother) to cancer.

      Life may be tough at times but I think we should try to walk with Love in our heart as much as possible. Fear hardly ever helps and even when it does help it also consumes us at the same time.

      I am happy You can stay clear of Fear! Teach other to do the same if possible and that would be of great help, since we live in a time when Fear is used by many and for many reasons.

      Cheers! : )

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      sharewhatuknow 

      5 years ago from Western Washington

      I really have no fear of anything, not even death. After experiencing the death of my adult son ( my profile here at the hub explains this), nothing I endure now can compare. Not trying to bring attention to myself, just stating that after such a loss...I don't fear!

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      Mr. Happy 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Thank You for your comment Forall. I appreciate it.

      Indeed, I try to be as direct as possible. I don't like beating around the bush too much lol

      Cheers!

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      forall 

      6 years ago

      The white wolf in your profile picture looks friendly. I agree on what you said: "I cannot change your understanding without your Will." And on what Immartin said : "Only those of weak minds fear the thoughts of others." I like the way you say things, it looks direct to me. Keep writing.

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      Mr. Happy 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      "I would hope that most people are comfortable enough within themselves not to fear others." - I agree and think these are wise words.

      Thank You for taking the time to visit my piece of writing Mrs. Lynda. : ) Always appreciate your comments.

      Many thanks and all the very best!!

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      lmmartin 

      6 years ago from Alberta and Florida

      Andrei, I never feared you, nor thought I should. Only those of weak minds fear the thoughts of others and mine is quite open, though not so open that I am easily swayed away from my own life-learned path. I would hope that most people are comfortable enough within themselves not to fear others. (Nor to have their "three dimensional" lives torn apart by the thoughts of another.) No, my good friend, you are not a fear-producing personality. You are just you! And that is all for the good. Lynda

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      Mr. Happy 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Mr. Aravind, thank You for the beautiful words You have left me. This is one of those times when words fail to express my gratitude towards You ...

      I love the guiding words your mother has taught You. Indeed, I do not believe that we should Fear the Gods. I am of the opinion that we should and can Love the Gods.

      It is the time of Gods and Mortals. Now.

      Thank You, Mr. Aravind. I wish You and those You love all the very best : )

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      Mr. Happy 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Yes, indeed Love conquers Fear Mrs. Jackie. It is my opinion that Fear consumes itself at the same time as it consumes its surroundings. So, using Fear is always highly detrimental. On the other side, Love empowers while it conquers. So, in my mind using Love over Fear is always more beneficial.

      Thank You for stopping-by. Cheers!

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      Aravind Balasubramanya 

      6 years ago from Puttaparthi, India

      Just dropping by again -

      I also remember one thing that my mother taught me. She showed me God and said

      "Don't be God-fearing. Be God-loving! "

      :)

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      Jackie Lynnley 

      6 years ago from The Beautiful South

      Your ending said what I was thinking all the way through your writing; so I am glad that was your conclusion. Love conquers fear.

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      Aravind Balasubramanya 

      6 years ago from Puttaparthi, India

      Your honesty is simply disarming... And you put matters so simply and plain... You share that similarity with my dear man in orange! :)

      Loved reading this hub...

    • Mr. Happy profile imageAUTHOR

      Mr. Happy 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Thank You for stopping by and leaving a comment Mr. Mark. I am always happy when people chose Love over Fear. You seem to have made that choice - each personal choice towards Love is a small victory in my mind, in terms of creating a better world.

      Cheers!

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      markbennis 

      6 years ago

      Mr happy, I have to say this interaction of yours was very interesting to read about, although I short. I do agree with you that fear is only a perception that can be dealt with by allowing yourself to swing to its opposite pole, laughing in these moments is a sure sign you are their already, LOL.

      Thanks for sharing.

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