CAUSE FOR THE DAY – Monday – May 9, 2011
If You Do The Thing You Fear, The Death Of Fear Is Certain.
SO MANY PEOPLE FEAR UNCERTAINTY
That’s why we must embrace the uncertainty. If we embrace the uncertainty, we are in effect, “doing the thing we fear.” If we do the thing we fear (i.e. embracing the uncertainty), it becomes certain that said fear will die.
This sounds like circular logic, but it is indeed circular, so that type of logic is appropriate.
We must face that which we fear. In doing so, we become stronger. We become better.
EMBRACE THE PATH OF UNCERTAINTY
The Path of Uncertainty embraces the unknown. We journey along the Path of Uncertainty once we decide that we will create our own path along this route of uncertainty.
This path we create is created for a particular purpose. That purpose is to put the uncertainty to work for us.
When something is uncertain, we routinely fear that things may turn out bad. But, if we choose to create a positive path, we could instead celebrate the equally likelihood probability that things may turn out well. In fact, the very act of choosing a positive possibility (over a negative one) makes it much more likely that something positive will result.
That is the Path of Uncertainty.
The Warrior Walker