Monday, May 13, 2013

Dear for Fear

I was trying to write a post on Facebook, saying how my coach told me to write down my fear in business. Everytime I went to TYPE F..I kept typing D e a r. (???) With me, I find that all things are spiritual, so I looked up the word DEAR and its meaning. This is what I found:
Regarded with deep affection; cherished by someone: "a dear friend"; "he is very dear to me".
Used as an affectionate or friendly form of address.
At a high cost: "they buy property cheaply and sell dear".
Used in expressions of surprise, dismay, or sympathy: "oh dear, I've upset you".
adjective.  darling - expensive - beloved - costly - nice
noun.  darling - sweetheart - love - sweetie - honey
adverb.  dearly

Each meaning, for DEAR, is where I am in life right now. I can't explain it all, but I know that my fear has now changed. There is no longer any fear in me for business and life. God doesn't give us a spirit of fear, my DEAR.

As I moved forward in my success I'm going to tell you to watch my dust. It's on now.

Coach Dana Neal

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