“Eventually, we know pretty deeply that the other side of each anxiety is a freedom.” —Marilyn Ferguson, author of The Aquarium Conspiracy
Whenever we are about to make a complicated final decision or consider a little something new, we instinctively take into account the danger. We request ourselves a whole host of queries that begin with “But what if . . .” That phrase is then followed by any selection of potential worries with varying degrees of likelihood based mostly on earlier working experience, fears, and worst-scenario eventualities.