September 6, 2002
The fear is the worst of it.
When caught in resentments or anger, there is no ease or peace but there is the illusion of power and strength and might.
In fear, the illusion is that all is crumbling down and no power to be had.
Fear has the biggest liar of them all, the most convincing. It tells the body that it's in danger, and the body reacts accordingly.
It is clear that the only danger is falling for the lie.
It is just thoughts.
But I don't find it comical when I allow myself to become ensnared.