Your greatest threat…Fear!

Sensei Post in Training notes,
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The Japanese have a saying Anzuru yori umu ga yasashi. which literally translated means Giving birth to a baby is easier than worrying about it. Now I have always said that worry is simply a lack of faith, which it is. This “faith” can be personal or religious faith but by worrying you show yourself deficient. So what does worry have to do with fear? Well the literal translation of this saying looses some of the meaning. The saying really means Fear is greater than the danger. Our minds are great at creating numerous scenarios and outcomes for any given situation, thinking tends to breed fear and worry. (not that you shouldn’t think!) By thinking we mean over analysis or attempting to anticipate an outcome. Action is much easier in the long run. Often we find that through action things are easier then we ever imagined or expected! When we loose our fears and act things are usually easier, so stop thinking and talking about doing things and DO THEM! You might be surprised with your results.
This has been a public service announcement πŸ˜‰

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