NO MORE FEAR

Ever since I was a child, I had been very fearful. I would never sleep alone in a room. And if I found myself alone in the house, I could not breathe freely and would run to the street in order to be with people. I was also a slave to many other fears. This went on until my early 20s when, after much reluctance, I started to read a book I had been given years before when I graduated from high school—Science and Health. One by one I overcame my lifelong fears and complexes. Now I do normal things I didn't dream of doing before, like having my own room, driving, even just enjoying the flowers.

Regina UrbanoSao Paulo, SP, Brazil

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