posted on Apr, 22 2014 @ 02:05 PM
Fear: An illusion coming from the fear of death: Your own thoughts about how to not die falsely related to the adrenaline function create the illusion
Doubt: A mechanism slightly different in each of us to partially deny, partially question something, also varying by the word doubts definition usage.
There might be multiple faint reasons which you cannot see without being aware, basing on wrong logics leading to doubt. Fear can be included in this.
Fear of there actually being something "evil" next to you, not noticing it won't make a difference except the adrenaline function while you do not
understand that it is not a harmful being.
If it is for example statistically not worth thinking about something and most likely the claim wrong, you can stamp something as wrong or save it as
most likely wrong and perhaps say it is wrong to make it shorter, tho many aren't ready to see the mind behind your words or neither you seeing that
they answer to your possible mind.
If there is something with a use for trusting it, it usually means there is a logic behind the expressing source which makes the chance higher for it
to be true.
However, trust alone is simpler and requires less thought.
You can for example trust merely by statistics, but you can also learn reasons why to. To make people feel better. To support the idea that if all
would be trusting and trustable we would have a lot better world. Unconditional giving opens even more ways to increase the sum of the fun of all.
It is questionable if fear would exist without media connecting events to it. Ancient Americans claim their tribe knows no such thing as fear, it
would be a new thing of today. There are also logics findable removing the fear of death.
edit on 22-4-2014 by oneoneone because: (no reason