When did people become cowards? Why is it so hard to tell another person about your feelings? Is it because you’re afraid for your job? Your money? Your power? We’ve lost the power to sit down and discuss the important things in life — family, love, and friendships. Why can’t we confront each other when a problem arises? Why do we cower in the corner, spreading lies and rumors and making it spiral out of control instead of taking care of the situation? Are we afraid of becoming more human? Lack of courage only makes it harder to gain control of the situation. Confront the problem and the unknown. At least the answers are in front of you.



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