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Where Fear Is

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  1. Oct 27,  · Fear may be as old as life on Earth. It is a fundamental, deeply wired reaction, evolved over the history of biology, to protect organisms against perceived threat to their integrity or existence.
  2. Fear is a chain reaction in the brain that starts with a stressful stimulus and ends with the release of chemicals that cause a racing heart, fast breathing and energized muscles, among other things, also known as the fight-or-flight response.
  3. Fear is an instinctual response to possible danger, an emotion that is pre-programmed into all animals and people. Biologically, when a person experiences fear response, certain areas on their brain—the amygdala and hypothalamus—are activated. These areas appear to control the first physical response to fear.
  4. Fear. That pesky feeling that arises when you are at your most vulnerable. It roots itself deep within you, telling stories that seem so real that your body responds as if it is true. It can be such a visceral feeling that at times you’d rather acquiesce to than challenge it.
  5. The source of all our fear comes from our own uncontrolled minds or “delusions”. The source of all our fear comes from our own uncontrolled minds or “delusions”. There are fears that arise from attachment, such as the fear and anxiety of not finding or being separated from something or someone we feel we need for our security or happiness.
  6. Jan 02,  · The fear that God is not truly good is one such fear. When fear says that God has forgotten His children or turned His back on them, then it is a “liar,” because those statements directly contradict the promises of God. The truth is that perfect love casts out fear (1 John ), and the Bible repeatedly admonishes God’s people not to fear.
  7. Cape Fear River, river in central and southeastern North Carolina, U.S., formed by the confluence of the Deep and Haw rivers along the boundary between Chatham and Lee counties. It flows generally southeast past Fayetteville, Elizabethtown, and Wilmington and enters the Atlantic Ocean at Southport.

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