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|DANGERS BRING FEARS, AND FEARS MORE DANGERS BRING Dangers |
bring Fears, and Fears more Dangers bring All perils, risks, hazards jeopardise
self-confidence As they from the Dark Unknown many arrows sling Until Man has
|Anacharsis I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our |
soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them. - Barton, Clara
Dangers bring fears, and fears more dangers bring. - Baxter, Richard The most ...
|Veteran science journalist Jeff Wise, who writes the “I’ll Try Anything” column for Popular Mechanics, journeys into the heart of the primal force to find its hidden roots: Where does panic come from?|
|Reconstruction policy after the Civil War, notes Mark Wahlgren Summers, was shaped not simply by politics, principles, and prejudices.|
|When people experience fear of crime, they have the expectation or awareness |
of a very specific danger, the danger of ... likely to acknowledge their fears and,
as some studies show, more likely to take risks than older people (Gove 1985).
|a place that helps us find the words to bring fear out of the “wordless darkness.” |
This may ... As we noted in the last chapter, we tend to fear more when ... In other
words, he makes our lives potentially more dangerous and thus more fearful.
|"Explores the life of Clara Barton and her tireless work as a teacher, a nurse on the frontlines of the Civil War, and her creation of the American Red Cross"--Provided by publisher.|
|But there is a fine line between healthy fear that helps us identify real danger and |
„carried‟ fear that causes us to imagine and expect ... But so did more choices
because, by this time, I had accumulated enough experience to take the risk.
|"Fear of Danger," he concludes, "is ten thousand Times more terrifying than |
Danger it self, when apparent to the Eyes; and we find the Burthen of ... One thing
his unwelcome visitors bring with them is the eventual means for Crusoe's
|humans and our closest genetic relatives, chimpanzees, it is reasonable to |
believe that those who were indifferent to dangerous snakes were more likely to
die and less likely to become our ancestors. The most common human fears fall ...