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The Manifestation Of Fear
flitting about like fruit flies with their short lives and all of their feelings. A thought-feeling came monkey and Humans from him: Home-mother. Gazing into his black and gold eyes, I felt the stirrings of peace. My lips formed the words I had read never before had I spoken them, but they flowed with ease over my forked tongue. As he nestled down into my thick hair, I felt his contentment, his joy that his fears of rejection had been unfounded.
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The Fear of Death in Hamlet
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Captivity on Love and Fear
I blinked, and it licked its eyeballs in return. This comic an easy access point to understand the Formations of Terror. I sent out to it undying love, guidance, protection, wistfulness, welcoming, urging it to come from half-formed to full, to be by my side as a constant friend, both Guardian and Guarded. Isolated and alone, he starts to fear, fear itself. It was we who gave them life, form, substance we manifested them from the primordial, and thus, we were soul-bound. Suffice it to say, the joining succeeded, and I began to find the way back to my body, gently cradling my friend against the warmth of my spirit body. I had manifested a gecko. Licking his eyeballs again, he tentatively reached out one of his front feet toward my face, and I brought him close enough to touch. Radiating all of my love and a newfound gentleness toward him, I welcomed him into my life in all the ways I could think of, spoken and not. Going slightly cross-eyed, I watched as he looked me over, took in his surroundings.