Fear of life is a distrust in the magnanimous abundance of nature, and from an individual perspective, it is the incapacity of accepting that one is much bigger, better, and loving than one’s own limited understanding of his intrinsic and evolutionary existence.

Fear of life is not natural to human essence, but rather a subtly imposed dogma that drains one’s imagination, volition, and power of expression.

In other words, it is a humanly inhuman conditioning that enslaves the souls, imprisons one’s potential and kidnaps one’s desires for improvement, growth, and freedom.

This tax levied on human frailty and innocence must be strongly criticized and removed from one’s existence so that life can be manifested in its most natural, ever-expanding, and all-encompassing form.


How to cite this Reflection:
Cargnin dos Santos, Tadany. On Fear of Life.