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July 27 2009 2 27 /07 /July /2009 05:10

By Munnan
More despicable nothing ever be,
Than respect based on fear truly;
Fear – not the natural state can be,
Of civilized people or any society. [1]

Collective fear as herd instincts be,
Ever tending to produce ferocity,
Towards others who not members be,
Of their herd or of their society. [2]

Most destructive element of Humanity,
Is fear in the human mind over-poweringly,
Fear creates aggressiveness unflinchingly,
And silence terrifies most fearfully. [3]

Fear creates aggressiveness unheedingly,
Fear the most destructive element be,
Fear not natural state of civilized man be,
Yet Fear an emotion crucial for survival be. [4]

Fear on the foundation of worry be,
Fear reinforced by choosing safety,
Fear in the whelm of inadequacy be,
Fear produces one’s own ferocity. [5]

Fear’s birth in corridors of darkness be,
Silence terrifies people the most clearly,
Fear in the unknown and of future be,
Growing in the shadows of lies fully. [6]

Dispelling fear but knowledge be,
Replacing our doubts completely,
Nothing need be feared undoubtedly,
But must be comprehended absolutely. [7]

Greed by compassion overcome be,
It but asks for sharing unflinchingly,
Fear by kindness triumphant over be,
It calls for gratefulness and love only. [8]

Opposite of ignorance knowledge be,
As unconsciousness to awareness be,
The other side of fear freedom be,
Similarly akin to night as the day be. [9]

Fear dispelled by belief understandingly,
Turn the lights on in darkness knowingly,
Eradicate your fear by living deeply,
With the removal of fear you live only. [10]

Keep your fears to yourself completely,
But share inspiration with others openly,
Weep not for past which unchangeable be,
Fear not the future – live in present only. [11]

Judge your age by the pain you feel,
When in contact with a new idea you be,
Without darkness no birth does be,
As without light nothing flowers surely. [12]

© Munindra Misra

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