You’re Not Scared Of The Dark, You’re Scared Of What’s In It

You're Not Scared Of The Dark, You're Scared Of What's In It

– You’re not scared of the dark, you’re scared of what’s in it.

– You’re not afraid of the heights‬, you’re scared of falling.

– You’re not afraid of people around you, you’re afraid of rejection.

– You’re not afraid of love‬, you’re afraid of not being loved back.

– And you’re not afraid to try again, you’re just afraid of getting hurt for the same reason.

2 thoughts on “You’re Not Scared Of The Dark, You’re Scared Of What’s In It”

  1. The one about the dark:
    I disagree. Whatever is in the dark is the same as what is in the light. Rather, what you are afraid of, is being without light, and the insecure feeling of having to fight your battles alone, not knowing what, where, or who your enemy is, or what weapons they have.

    The one about heights:
    I disagree. Even though higher distances may hurt more, falling still hurts no matter the distance you fall. You are afraid of being so far away from your comfort zone down below, and the subconsious thought that you are so much closer to flying off into space and never coming back, leaving everything you have ever known behind. And explode. Literally.

    But the rest are so true.

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