Fandango Provocative Question # 102- Fear?

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FPQWelcome once again to Fandango’s Provocative Question. My provocative question this week, with the end of 2020 just ahead of us and as we anticipate the upcoming year, is simply this…

What do you fear the most?

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We all fear something or someone.

What I fear personally is being dependent on someone else for my physical or financial needs.

It may come to that at the end of my life, but I am trying my best to escape this fate. To this end, I have adopted a healthy lifestyle and look after my health so that others don’t have to.

Another thing that I fear is something happening to my family. It is a very real fear and I hope and pray for their health and safety all the time.

I also fear making a fool of myself!

But I think I’ve done it so often that I should be used to it now.

Then there are the little fears like cockroaches, lizards, snakes, and other crawlies. I will avoid them or maybe scream or screech in horror. I could jump on the table or a chair to avoid them too.

Roosevelt said;

” We have nothing to fear but fear itself

So maybe it’s all in our head and we don’t have to fear anything!

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#Keepitalive

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16 thoughts on “Fandango Provocative Question # 102- Fear?

  1. Your biggest fear is already my reality because of my mental and physical disabilities and I HATE it. The fear of that support being pulled away suddenly and becoming homeless and in constant need is my biggest fear now.

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  2. Ugh! I hate cockroaches… awful things!
    I think my biggest fear is Ben running off and getting lost or hurt. People wouldn’t understand he’s autistic… they’d think he was on drugs or something and the police would probably be called. That doesn’t always end well here in the US.☹

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      1. There’s a show on Netflix called “Atypical,” and the exact scenario you described occurred when a police office saw an autistic teen late one night walking on the street wearing a hoodie and stopped him. It didn’t go so well in that show, either.

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    1. I mistakenly posted this as a reply to Sadje’s comment, so I’m reposting it here to make sure you see it.

      There’s a show on Netflix called “Atypical,” and the exact scenario you described occurred when a police office saw an autistic teen late one night walking on the street wearing a hoodie and stopped him. It didn’t go so well in that show, either.

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      1. I know how the police are in my city. Ben does a LOT of “scripting” and can be misunderstood as threatening or violent. I know he has a very high chance of getting shot, even though he’s white.
        I’ve already decided to take him to the local police station and introduce him around when it’s safe to do so. He’s 12 now and Daughter and I can barely keep him contained. He’s only going to get bigger and stronger.
        Very scary!

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