So let us take our fears one by one and look at them fairly and squarely.

By bringing them to the forefront of consciousness, we may find them to be more imaginary than real. Some of them wll turn out to be snakes under the carpet. Let us remember that more often than not, fear involves the misuse of the imagination. By getting our fears in the open we may end up laughing at some of them, and this is good. As one psychiatrist has said “ridicule is the master cure for fear and anxiety.” — MLK, The Mastery of Fear


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