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Fear is in every living organism be it animal or human there is always an acute amount of fear I have never known anyone not to have this or anyinner conflicting emotions It is how we possess it hold it close to our heart wrap it in an iron clad sheath and protect it from the outside world that makes us all different No one can explain why we do this they say it is because of our upbringing I however believe that the secretive fear that so many hold close is from lack of something Be it love support or outcaste beyond ones imagination To have complete and total resolve on such a matter can only be obtained by ones ability to let go and forget the past Although it may seem hard or improbable there are many that have been able to let go of past experiences be it emotional or physical It is not every day that you are able to walk down a street and see a person and say to yourself that that person has endured a well-rounded childhood People are nothing but walls themselves protecting themselves from what lies beyond their reach Yet there are the more daring type that do extend their hands over the wall in hopes that eventually one else will grasp it I have come to find that if you wait long enough someone will come along and dry up your pool of tears that you have cried in desperation They warm theheart and soul not only because of the love that they give but bc they are there supporting your fragile mind set and yet slowly deceiving the mind By deceive I mean the slow wearing down of the iron that incases your heart releasing the unused inexperienced organ that you have worked so hard to protect It is unknown to the protector what is occurring bc they see it as something that makes
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