I don't really understand ANYone's discrepancies where fear is concerned if you STILL have to fight irregardless(I know that "ir" and "regardless" don't belong together but it's still fun to say...regardless)! Whether you're a soldier that naturally fights people and/or things that most people would find frightening OR just an innocent civilian that's found yourself in a spot where you MUST fight to survive then... WHAT THA @#$%& DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE IF fear IS A PROMINENT EMOTION ON YOUR MIND!?!? If anything then being genuinely unafraid is a benefit because(especially if you're in ANYTHING that resembles a genuine battle then)the absence of fear that any movement(s)you'll make would NOT yield a desired effect is a plus because it allows you to think alot clearly! In other words:
FEAR OF SOMETHING MAY MAKE YOU HUMAN but THE ABSENCE OF FEAR DOESN'T MEAN YOU DON'T TAKE IT SERIOUSLY
SkyeKunFeatured By OwnerJun 6, 2013Student Traditional Artist
I read the comments before me and I just couldn't help saying this: - What does being a man make you? It doesn't make you better than others. We're all human. If you say you're fearless then you're either: A) Lying B) Inhuman. My friends constantly say "Whoa you're fearless! What the hell scares you?" Well here you go: - The darkness - Being alone - Being unloved - Horror movies - Bloody movies See? I'm not so fearless after all. Neither are all humans.
My fears: -CLOWNS (major one) -small spaces -crowded places -people -life in general -heaven -sleep -spiders -bees/anything that can sting me -pins/needles -insanity -public speaking -cockroaches -cemeteries -the dead (not death)