A GENERAL ENUMERATION OF FEAR-CAUSES





Fear of hurt of self by self (fear of self): substitute reason,

thus--just estimate; no cause; cause magnified



Fear of hurt of self by outer things (fear for self): substitute

reason, thus--just estimate; no cause; cause magnified



Fear of threat by things: substitute reason, thus--right cause; no

cause; cause magnified



Threat by others: substitute reason, thus--right cause; no cause;

cause magnified



Threat to others: substitute reason, thus--right cause; no cause;

cause magnified



Threat by events: substitute reason, thus--right cause; no cause;

cause magnified



Threat by the future: substitute reason, thus--right cause; no

cause; cause magnified



You are invited to work out the particulars of this analysis, and

to examine them with reference to your self and life You will

make some important discoveries One of the many questions

suggested is this: Is the cause of anticipated possible

consequences justly estimated in your thought--is it a right

cause--is it really as you suppose? The idea is that you think of

any one of your fears and then ask the question in the form just

indicated Thus we may have the following statement of





A fool does not know when he commits his evil A man does not become a Brahmana by his platted facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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