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Most Justifiable Fears that none of us likes to Admit, Which one is Yours?

What draws us closer to anxieties in the gut is nothing but a state of mind

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June 08, 2017: Fear is inevitable –it cannot be escaped but one can choose to overcome it by thinking positive thoughts. What draws us closer to anxieties in the gut is nothing but a state of mind. Some fear fire, while some fear dark and some fears are unspoken.

Here I bring forth some fears that everyone inclusive of me feels but wouldn’t admit. I am admitting my fears, Which one is yours?

  1. Fear from Love

While some fear to love to avoid heartbreaks, others fear from love to avoid the payoff. Lack of trust withholds a relationship to flourish and stimulates fear.

 

2. Fear of Fame

Fame does not get ingested to everybody in the first encounter. Some feel paranoid and claustrophobic when success hits, which is why you see famous celebrities hitting depression.

 

3. Fear of Happiness

Happiness is attractive yet short lived. Some of us do not tend to enjoy the happy moments because we care for future more than the present. Wicked –Isn’t it?

4. Fear of Inner Evil

The fear of inner evil reflects the darker side of a person. It represents the wildness, chaos and the unknown. We fear what is not known, for the most certain things are always known.

5. Fear of Loss

Everything you lose can come back to you, but “life”, once lost can never be met again. It is indeed an irreplaceable loss.

 

– by Naina Mishra of Newsgram. Twitter: @Nainamishr94

 

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  • vedika kakar

    Idk it is really brave of you to put your fears over there on a public platform. My fears are more specific.
    I just want my life to continue how it is and DO NOT WANT ANY MAJOR CHANGE!
    I want the freedom to go out with who I want and still come back home, not stay somewhere else.
    I just need to stay with my school friends and people who are with me now forever because they r seriously good vibes and one call away.

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  • vedika kakar

    Idk it is really brave of you to put your fears over there on a public platform. My fears are more specific.
    I just want my life to continue how it is and DO NOT WANT ANY MAJOR CHANGE!
    I want the freedom to go out with who I want and still come back home, not stay somewhere else.
    I just need to stay with my school friends and people who are with me now forever because they r seriously good vibes and one call away.

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Huma Qureshi Feels That Love is Not Restricted to Any Gender

She is known for playing strong female characters in films like "Gangs of Wasseypur", "Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana", "Ek Thi Daayan", "Dedh Ishqiya" and "Jolly LLB 2"

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We must listen to the victims: Huma Qureshi on #MeToo. (IANS)

Actress Huma Qureshi says love is not restricted to any gender, and believes it is an individual’s right to choose who they want to love.

“I’ve always believed in freedom of choice and that includes an individual’s right to choose who they want to love. I support the LGBT community because love is free and not restricted to any gender,” Huma Qureshi said in a statement to IANS.

“I’ve often spoken very strongly about civil liberties and equal rights.”

Huma also walked the ramp in support of the community at the recently concluded Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week (LMIFW) in Delhi. The fashion show brought together over 40 renowned designers including names like Manish Malhotra, Samant Chauhan and Gaurav Gupta to celebrate the power of genderless love and the Supreme Court’s decision to repeal Section 377, which criminalised homosexuality.

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Huma Qureshi (Wikimedia commons)

“This should be treated as a historic occasion where the entire fashion fraternity has come together to cherish love, humanity and equal rights in support of the LGBT community,” she said.

After doing some short films, Huma Qureshi, who hails from Delhi, came into the spotlight with Anurag Kashyap’s dark thriller “Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2” in 2012.

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She is known for playing strong female characters in films like “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana”, “Ek Thi Daayan”, “Dedh Ishqiya” and “Jolly LLB 2”. (IANS)