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Our Deepest Fear - What is Yours?

  • #1

        Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.

      We ask ourselves .......who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous?  Actually, WHO ARE YOU NOT TO BE???

      Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you.

        We are all meant to shine as children do. It's not just in some of us; it is in everyone.

         And as we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.

      - Jonathan Harker

  • #2

    Nomophobia

     

  • #3
    Piperose wrote:

    Nomophobia

     

    ??

  • #4
    Piperose wrote:

    Nomophobia

     

     

    Hahaha.   Make sure not to run over your minutes!!  And keep a wall charger by your bed.

  • #5
    One-million-games wrote:
    Piperose wrote:

    Nomophobia

     

    ??

     

    Nathaniel, its a fear of not being able to use one's cell phone?

  • #6

     For me, its Trypophobia.  I shudder when I analyze the Boleslavsky Hole, among others.  sad.png

  • #7

    Ha! 

    We are back to Issac's hole, again🤓

     

  • #8

    It does seem like that same hole creeps up whenever a person least expects it!

  • #9
    AhPhoey wrote:
    Piperose wrote:

    Nomophobia

     

     

    Hahaha.   Make sure not to run over your minutes!!  And keep a wall charger by your bed.

    Things I have learnt from 11 cell phones in the past 15 years:

    1. fast charging is crap, use it only in dire need
    2. keep the battery between 20-80%, never overcharge
    3. monitor battery temperature
    4. turn off/shut down apps when not in use (Bluetooth, GPS)
    5. shutting down/turning the phone off once in a while 
    6. power banks are neat
    7. avoid multitasking by running various apps
  • #10

    Those seem like logical suggestions.  Do you have an Apple or an Android phone?

           I have LITERALLY the cheapest cell plan ever.  $10 a month for unlimited text and talk, plus WIFI capability when free WIFI is around....which nowadays, free WIFI is everywhere.

  • #11

    Both, but I prefer my Sony!

  • #12

    Holy moly.  You've got THREE cell phones???  You little rich girl! 

     

     

  • #13

    Just x2: iPhone and Sony Xperia🤓

  • #14

    Oh!  Well......two is perfectly fine.  happy.png    I've never heard of a Sony Xperia.  I need to google that now.

  • #15

    Drunk again...

  • #16

    Stay away from the booze, Kay.  It never will bring happiness to any Britain.

  • #17

    No...not me...the OP..

  • #18

    Good ole Negative Nancy.

  • #19
    ZebraGang wrote:

    My parents

     

    Do your parents give you the belt?  Nowadays, kids can take their parents to court if paddled, it seems.

  • #20
    TheEndIsNigh666 wrote:

    Its scary how fast time flies

    I'm not scared of death

    where we end up that is

     

    Not scared of the unknown? 

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