Know Fear, No Fear Know Truth, No Truth

If one has “no fear” does this mean they have resisted against the perception and won, or does this mean they have embraced the experience and accepted all? Does “no fear” mean “know fear”? Is to accept fear to simultaneously release from its power over you?

Fighting for what we know when it’s only what we think we know is the noose of impaired judgment that wraps around the neck.

It’s better to fight for the sake of fighting and improving each other overall and loving for the sake of caring for each other overall. Each drives us closer to truly knowing each other rather than supposing we already know the real reasons behind the way the world is.

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