"We all have an inner voice, our personal whisper from the universe.
All we have to do is listen -- feel and sense it with an open heart.
Sometimes it whispers of intuition or precognition. Other times,
it whispers an awareness, a remembrance from another plane.
Dare to listen. Dare to hear with your heart."
~CJ Heck

"The Key to the Universe is Love, Together in a
Partnership with Awareness."
~Robert Cosmar

Monday, May 23, 2011

The Death of Fear

A Short Story
by Robert Cosmar

Sitting alone in its self-contained identity, Fear bemoaned its fate. Always alone, separate, and isolated, Fear seemed to be apart from everything. It was constantly analyzing its condition and trying to answer the question of why. Why did it exist? How had it become this way? What is going to happen to it? 

Feeding itself fully with these questions of self-doubt, Fear felt trapped and completely hopeless. It seemed that someday it would finally dissolve into total nothingness, which was something Fear agonized over more than anything in the world. 

Day by day, it seemed like there was a noose around Fear's neck growing ever tighter and tighter, choking out the very hope of any change. Finally, the question of its identity and very existence became too unbearable for Fear. It decided to let go of the questions, the ponderings and all of the speculations. Fear chose to be nothing and do nothing. Fear decided to face itself, just as it was and admit to itself that it was scared, alone, and completely lost. 

Unable to answer the question of why, Fear, humbled and stripped of all pride, waited in the aloneness for the nothing, for what seemed like forever. To it's amazement, it had not dissolved into nothingness. It had merely stopped thinking and analyzing. 

Then something wonderful began to happen. A whole other part of Fear began to assert itself and awaken. Not with thoughts of the usual nature, but with feelings. Fear began to see things there, down within itself. Understandings began to emerge explaining the ancient questions it had always wondered about. 

Finally fear began to see that all along, the only problem it ever really had was thinking that it was separate from everyone and everything else. It thought it was even separate from life, itself. Fear thought that it needed no one nor needed anything to either exist or survive. 

Fear had finally won the great battle and learned the great lesson: we are part of One Energy, One Life Force or One God. How we think is what we are and that is how we see life. We create our lives from our thoughts and we have the power to change our lives when we remember to feel. We are what we feel, but we only feel what we choose to be aware of. 

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