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What are your fears?

Anyone want to share their fears? Whether it be from spiders to death... let's see what fears y'all have.


Daniela Bustamante

24th April 2013


I have only one fear that the devil will come and disrupt my home in some form as the devil doesn't like happily married people.


Asma Ahsan

25th April 2013


My ONLY fear is that I will lose a child, or die a painful death...that's it.

Oh yes, I have a fear of heights.


Davide Castel

25th April 2013


Lucy, I don't fear losing my children. My son died in my arms once, he stopped breathing. He was dead. Blue and couldn't breathe. He had a seizure that he wasnt coming out of. In that one moment, when I saw my dead child in my arms, I said, God, take me instead.

I took long breaths of oxygen and breathed my soul into his mouth. He started breathing.

In a convulsion caused by fever, a child doesn't stop breathing and go blue for at least ten seconds. My child did.
Then he came back. He was barely a year old.

Second time he had his fit, we were In the mountains. This time he went blank, but didn't stop breathing. The fit lasted fifteen minutes, and we found a doctor in the wild who had one doze of the medicine left. So my son survived. He was barely 4 I think.

Those two times, I met God in my soul. I felt God and fell in love with Him. I am so I love with God and I tell Him that so much that I doubt I will live too long. :)

God will miss me so much he will call me back to Him. After all, i am His biggest fan.

I live my life in a trance. I let God guide me every step of the way. That's why I have no fears at all. The only one I can't be careless about is the devil. He knows I love God, so he comes up with new plans daily to break us up. I have to fight tooth and nail with the devil at all times to save my love. I love God more that all human relations, even my children, so I don't think that I will have a painful death. As for the kids, God gave them, son he can take them if he wants, but He knows it will break my heart to lose them, and he knows my fantasy that when I die, my kids would carry me to my grave and give speeches on how cool their mom was. I would like that. :) so I don't think God will take my kids away.

I have confidence in God for He alone is my true love. I will die for Him the minute He asks, just hoping that he will arrange proper care for the kids before its my time as no one can look after my crazy three like I do. :)

I am very bossy so I give God conditions but then, I also never disobey Him. :) I remain till my last breath, and for eternity, His Girl. :)


Asma Ahsan

25th April 2013


I fear losing my freedom. My freedom as an American, and my personal freedom and space that I have created for myself. I fear losing my freedom of choice.
It is a luxury that not everyone has.


Warren Gates

24th April 2013


I think the Devil doesn't like anyone. As far as painful deaths, that's one of my fears too. You know for a long time, I didn't want to have kids simply because I had the fear of dying while they were still young and leaving them behind. Basically I didn't want them to go through what I did. Luckily I overcame that fear and maybe in 10 years I'll finally have my baby girl.


Daniela Bustamante

24th April 2013


Very true Warren!


Daniela Bustamante

24th April 2013


Oh Asma...such a sad story! Let God be there with you every step of the way, like the 'Footsteps in the Sand'


Davide Castel

26th April 2013


Its not sad - thats how I became spirutally enlightened. I realised at that young age, I was in my late twenties, how precious life is and how helpless we are to control it. We cant even protect our kids from death if it threatens them.

It taught me to not be petty and small in my thinking and see the big picture.

Fear and mistreatment by others made me spiritual because instead of going into a depression, I held faith and held on to God's hand to save my soul.

Now if someone tries to have a go a me, to make me lose my temper or look bad, I just say "peace" to them and go my separate way. I have too much positive stuff in my life now to be sidetracked by negative influences who only aim to pull you down. I am mature like that.


Asma Ahsan

26th April 2013


Yes you are! Actually, more mature than even me, at my age!


Davide Castel

27th April 2013


This kind of maturity cost me a lot of 'peace of mind' and nearly drove me crazy dealing with problems. You are better off without it. :)


Asma Ahsan

26th April 2013


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