I fear the change when fear stops me changing.
Because we hurt out of fear and we settle out of fear and we destroy out of fear and we must live over fear. We push to move to escape fear to grow.
But never without. In spite of, alongside.
And fear then makes us act. So there’s no stage without fear. And we fear no audience; because then it’s just us who can validate who we are.
And we fear that.
We fear our own rejection of ourself.
I don’t fear being afraid of fear. I fear not having it to fear.
Or perhaps I simply fear not knowing what it is that moves me.