Losing the fear

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The other night, I had a dream about me losing the fear that's festering inside of me. It was very profound, beautiful actually. I think, its not just about me losing weight. I'm starting to realize that. I thought that me losing weight will be the source of my happiness. But, its not that, It's me. I've realized that I have been living in a prison within my own mind, that its really have took a toll. It's took over my health, my enegry, my well being. And, since the car accident on thanksgiving eve, its much worst. When your living in fear, you stop living. So, I've decided to start losing the fear. I want to do this each day, whether its wearing my curly fro', singing in public, talk to a cute guy, whatever it is. I want to go out and do it. I don't want to lose meaningless weight, and then become scared of something and pack it back on. I know my biggest fear is to disappointing someone and myself. But, I have to let that go. It's not helping me, its seriously hurting me.
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    Overcoming fear will open you to anything. You can do it!
    1963 days ago
    BRAVO !!
    yes, I SO agree with you !!
    this is the first step, on the journey called 'life ' , and in order to live a life .. you must leave fear behind .. it sounds sooo simple , but so hard to do .

    i moved to Paris , and i did not speak french !! i can't tell u how many people, told me not to do it .. they said, its too risky .; REALLY ?
    people die , driving to work .. so i say , decide where u want to go in life - and make a plan of action .. trust me the weight will come off ..
    i went from a size 12 to size 8 , just changing address , because here, everyone walks .. (still have a gut ;( ...)

    keep going gf !
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    1970 days ago
    Dreams have been tough for me.
    1974 days ago
    You can do this!!!

    1974 days ago
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