Fear in the Driver’s Seat

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  1. maria5125 says:

    So true! That’s why I put my girls on the school bus this morning, just like I would have done any other Monday morning.

  2. Great post and these words are so true. Kind of like after 9/11, and when the airports finally opened the lines were so long because we chose not to hide from fear.

  3. blogventer says:

    “…living in my walled-off world simply guaranteed less happiness at the time and yet provided no guarantee against loss in the future.”
    That’s profound and really speaks to me right now. Thank you.

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