Fear At An Impasse

January 28, 2020

In Exodus 14 the Israelite are in a panic. They are fussing at Moses basically saying, “Dude, we told you just leave it alone but you insisted we come out here to die!” Moses reminds them not to fear. The outcome of this story reveals that it doesn’t matter what we say. What matters is what we do when we reach an impasse. Here’s the Hebrew translation of a few…


The Obedience of Fear

January 27, 2020

Just before Israel’s exodus out of Egypt, Yah plagued Egypt with ten plagues. The seventh plague was hail that would kill every living thing in its path. Exodus 9 explains that the land of Goshen, where the Israelite lived, would not experience this plague but Yah sent Moses and Aaron to warn the Pharoah and his servants about how to avoid its consequences. Hidden in this story is the functional…


Subconsciously Processing Fear

October 2, 2019

Last night, after trying formal meditation for a few days, I sort of gave up on it. I decided that the state I was attempting to achieve had been one that came naturally to me for years. With prayer, focus on Yahuwah, and depending on what my mind is on, how I position my body in bed, and my intentions, I go into a place of “unsleep” for most of…


What is Fear?

May 14, 2018

Not much of a reader? Would you prefer a more interactive learning experience? Complete the free Interactive Course “What is Fear?” with videos and assignments to check your understanding. Fear In Western Thought From a western abstract perspective, fear is defined as an unpleasant emotion caused by a belief or perception of danger or an unwanted outcome (in the interest of self-preservation). It is also defined as being afraid… which, as…


The Evidential Property of Fear

May 13, 2018

Recap Fear is a personal battle that I am determined to master. I would say overcome but this study has helped me to understand that fear isn’t something that can be overcome. Rather, it is something we must all understand and learn to navigate. My greatest achievements were accomplished, not in the absence of fear, but because of it.  Still, at every crossroad, I have to work harder than most…