“I’m going to stay in this job because I’m afraid I won’t find a better one.”
“I’m traveling to London because I love their food.”
We make all of our decisions either based on love or based on fear whether knowingly or not. Love and fear are two core emotions from which all of our feelings stem.
Once love is attached to a decision, we’re propelled to make and see it happen. But once fear sneaks into a decision, we feel refrained to make it and thus stick with the status quo.
Before forking on a road, are we taking the turn because we’re looking forward to the destination, or are we taking the turn because we’re fearing to take the other one?