what doesn’t kill me doesn’t have to scare me

One of the great quotes:

It all comes down to a fear of death – every fear is that one fear in disguise. Get past that, and most – I’m tempted to say, all – fear lifts. If you can say, “Just like everyone who has ever lived, I’m going to die someday, and there’s nothing I can do about it, and I’m OK with that, it was worth it, not a bad deal,” then what’s left to fear? Easier said than believed, but liberating when believed…

Nicholas, (comment 16)

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