By myself -
Most of the time is scary to walk into the unknown, the uncertain, it seems that your brain is wired to avoid it, to keep you in safe territory. Like when you ran 8 miles for the first time and then ran a marathon, then 5 ... (add your own experience here) Before doing it, it felt like a big risk. Failing is heart breaking. We all want to not to fail. But you tried and succeeded. But you have also failed. In fact, you are scared to fail all the time, by making the wrong decision in this very moment. The fact is that you've got to keep walking into the blinding unknow, the blinding uncertain - the alternative is to be unknow and uncertain forever.
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