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I recently picked up the word scary from my little girl’s vocabulary and it left me wondering how and where she got it from. So, I started to re-orientate her on the word scary meaning fear. As part of my conscious efforts to help my 2-year-old do away with the S-word, I discovered I had learnt a handful myself in the process. All about the true nature of scary (fear).
This is what I’ve learnt;
Here’s a very encouraging and uplifting piece written by Fola originally posted on openpleasures.com
Many things come right at us in the form of worries every single day. Waking up late on a Monday morning has the power to set our hearts to worry if we would be able to catch our ‘regular’ bus or train to work and if you don’t use the public commute, you worry if you can still make it in time with the ‘regular’ traffic on your way. If only that can set our hearts in ‘worry mode’, then how about if you or your child has to be on a waiting list for school or waiting for an interview feedback for a dream job, not to talk of when we are faced with financial, emotional, relationship or health issues.