I am afraid of people, I am afraid of fake people who used to camouflage there real self when i was on there front. They are threat for me for now.
I am afraid of pain. I am afraid of the fear and insecurity that separates me from God. I'm afraid of dying, only because I suspect that I can do so much more to please my Inner Conscience.
I am afraid that sometimes I procrastinate too much, when in fact I could be out there loving more. I am afraid of not being ready at the point of death and finally the pain that comes with separation from God affects me deeply.
I believe it is sin that separates us from God but the gift of Jesus Christ is free if we accept that gift we no longer have to be separated from God.
"O Bible, the Saviour has taken away my sins, will you not take away my little, little worries at least?" - Sri Chinmoy
In a physical sense, I fear fires burning out of control and I'm not at all comfortable with in-flight emergencies. In a familial sense, I am concerned with anything that threatens my family. In a spiritual sense, I fear anything that threatens my fellowship with Christ.
Beyond that, I have a healthy respect for power tools and an aversion to electric shock.
What are you afraid of?
I think I am afraid of heights, as must be the case for a billion other people.
I like the answer of my favorite comediean, Steve Wright. "I'm not afraid of heights. I'm afraid of widths."
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