Fears by Nata Metlukh

We've been taught that fear is bad. But it can be good, as well.

Vancouver Film School student Nata Metlukh ponders the question, “Are fears our friends or do they rob us of our existence?”

We all face fear: fear of heights, fear of losing our jobs, fear of crowded places. The anxiety it gives us results in negative feelings. And in extreme cases, it can be crippling.

But we often forget to remind ourselves, “Why is fear there in the first place?” Fear protects us from harm and reminds us to stay alert of the dangers.

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