Travel Without Fear

Computer technology has contributed much to quicker and safer travel. However, despite all refinements and technical know-how, many travelers still find that an unwanted hanger-on seeks to go along with them on their trips. This unseen and unwelcome partner argues, sometimes very forcibly, that while we are traveling we are not completely safe. How can we silence these aggressive suggestions and always enjoy our journeys?

Fear is a state of thought that arises through ignorance or through our contemplating an unpleasant situation or thing. It is often the result of accepting into conscious thought something as true that is, in fact, untrue. When we see clearly that there is no truth in what we fear, we are no longer afraid, for if fear has no reality for us it has no power over us.

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