Love and fear are the two opposite and very strong emotions. It’s easy to understand how important they are when we analyze the impact they have on our lives. Death is one of our biggest fears and many times people act according to their fears. It’s easy to understand how strong is the impact of fear when we realize that 90% of the world population has a religion and it is clear how religions use fear to control people. I’m not blaming religions but it is true that many times people take actions according to what is good or bad and usually to the fear of judgment or karma or going to hell.
Imagine how life would be if someone could remove all his fears and live free. If nothing stopped us from following our dreams we would be happier, but my freedom ends where your freedom begins so fear is not always a bad thing, especially if it stops from depriving each other of their rights, that is why we shouldn’t assume that ethics or religions, due to fear, are only a bad thing. On the other hand, they say that fear brings hell. When we are in fear, we face anxiety and a feeling that only negative things will happen sometimes followed by some quilt. So, fear should always be avoided except if it’s the only choice to make things better.
On the other hand, love brings happiness, joy, and resentment. If there is love, people are calm, not envious, kind to each other, selfless, honest, trusting, protecting and hoping for the best, they may sacrifice important things and take other extraordinary actions, they are willing to be patient and humble. Love itself it’s enough to kill negativity and fear. Even if you come across a wild beast, love is strong enough to make you feel safe and to prevent the beast from attacking you. If there is love there can’t be fear, we cannot feel these two emotions simultaneously. Our character decides whether to choose fear or love, depending on the internal heresies that exist, but usually, we have the option to make a decision and choose between the two. If we do not actively choose love, we may end in fear or in one of its component feelings. There are endless stories about the benefits of love and we must always try to be healed by choosing love.
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• 100% ring-spun cotton
• Sport grey is 90% ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
• Dark heather is 65% polyester, 35% cotton
• 4.5 oz/y² (153 g/m²)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the center