victory is only for those who chose to conquer their fears. So, fears are your compass to show you how to be victorious. Use it through your journey of love and life. Discover your path and let no stone unturned.
Psychologically, fears are the emotional reactions of change in the outer or inner environment of an individual. These are the irrational beliefs, that change will steal everything we are in possession of now.
Don’t stop dreaming, dream, plan and then do whatever you want to. It will be done.
People living in love oriented lives are the people who know how to live fully and how to accept even death without regrets.
SICK, Alice grown, and fearing dire event,Some friend advised a servant should be sentHer confessor to bring and ease her mind;--Yes, she replied, to see him I'm inclined;
A CERTAIN husband who, from jealous fear, With one eye slept while t’other watched his dear, Deprived his wife of every social joy, (Friends oft the jealous character annoy,) And made a fine collection in a book, Of tricks with which the sex their wishes hook. Strange fool! as if their wiles, to speak the truth, Were not a hydra, both in age and youth. HIS wife howe’er engaged his constant cares; He counted e’en the number of her hairs; And kept a hag who followed every hour, Where’er she went, each motion to devour; Duenna like, true semblance of a shade, That never quits, yet moves as if afraid. THIS arch collection, like a prayer-book bound; Was in the blockhead’s pocket always found, The form religious of the work, he thought, Would prove a charm ‘gainst vice whenever sought! ONE holy day, it happened that our dame, As from the neighb’ring church she homeward came; And passed a…
NO easy matter ’tis to hold, Against its owner’s will, the fleece Who troubled by the itching smart Of Cupid’s irritating dart, Eager awaits some Jason bold To grant release. E’en dragon huge, or flaming steer, When Jason’s loved will cause no fear. Duennas, grating, bolt and lock, All obstacles can naught avail; Constraint is but a stumbling block; For youthful ardour must prevail. Girls are precocious nowadays, Look at the men with ardent gaze, And longings’ an infinity; Trim misses but just in their teens By day and night devise the means To dull with subtlety to sleep The Argus vainly set to keep In safety their virginity. Sighs, smiles, false tears, they’ll fain employ An artless lover to decoy. I’ll say no more, but leave to you, Friend reader, to pronounce if true What I’ve asserted when you have heard How artful Kitty, caged her bird. IN a small town in Italy, The name of which I do…