Day 3028: Be fearless

It might seem fearless or even foolish of me to tell you to be fearless during these extremely fearful times, but I’m just passing on the advice of last night’s Yogi tea.

Let’s be fearless together and look at my other images for the day, all provided at the right time.

Here’s “How to be Fearless” by Smarter by the Day:

According to that video, we can become fearless by continually asking ourselves this question: Will this action improve the well-being of myself and those around me?

Considering that, I press the publish button with fearless gratitude.

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18 thoughts on “Day 3028: Be fearless

  1. I’m not afraid that it’s back down in the low 40s today, Ann. I just know I’ll be colder as I travel to and from work.

  2. As a soldier I learned that having a modicum of fear was essential to survival. It need only be a teeny tiny amount, but it must be there all the time!

  3. puella33

    I don’t know if we should be always fearful, but we should always be cautious. If we were fearless, we wouldn’t be cautious of the pandemic, the shootings, etc. I tend to agree with Peter.

  4. Who is rescuing me? Leo McGarry.

  5. Learning to be fearless. Thank you I needed this post

  6. I’m afraid of being fearless, but I wouldn’t be afraid to take a small part in almost any movie.

  7. Fearlessly I agree with what the teabag is saying, but not so much with what Sadhguru says, simply because humans are most likely to be self-centered, I think it’s rather improbable that humans are able to constantly filter their actions as to whether they will improve the well-being of themselves and of others at the same time. Can it really be so? The mind will most likely filter thoughts as ‘right or wrong’ regardless, and WHO is one anyway to know whether one’s actions will benefit others or not? Sometimes even kindness may be misinterpreted.

    “How is it that we have so much information, but know so little?”- Noam Chomsky

    The problem and the mysteries, fearless be, because Harley is here!

    • Thanks for fearlessly leaving this brave comment, Maria. I agree that we can’t constantly filter our actions that way, but I think it’s a good question to ask ourselves at strategic times.

  8. Being fearless is something I aspire to every day, as I had a family who showed love by worry, too. Your fearless pursuit of answers to life’s big questions inspires, Ann!

  9. your teabag message is completely the same as what I believe and how i try to live my life

  10. Pingback: Day 3029: Talk | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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