Get help with any kind of assignment - from a high school essay to a PhD dissertation
Our deepest fear is a unique quote via an author who is unfamiliar but was made famous by Nelson Mandela. This quote really makes you think about your own fears as well as the ways we could examine them and how they influence us in our daily lives. I think the author is attempting to say we should not worry about our anxieties, but adopt them and apply them to the benefit of the world and even just ourselves. He says we fear that which we are capable as individuals. We dread the good in us, like our talents instead of the darkness. We fear that which we can do for those near us and how they will admit us as people. Many of us don't utilize our talents to their entire scope in fear of how they'll be portrayed by other people. When we let ourselves shine, we without knowing that it give others the assurance they need to do exactly the same. As a child of God, we are assumed to be the best we could potentially be in our own lives, but we sometimes our fears can get in the way of that. Why do we worry how successful we could be I do not understand but we need to learn to rise up an conquer these fears for the greater of us and th...