Apr. 17, 2016
(con't from Part III)
Luck really has nothing to do with it.
But if we're paralyzed with fear, it's a good sign.
If we're scared to death to take a certain direction in our creative work, then we can be certain that that direction is the right one to take [See blog, Scarecrow].
The more fear we feel, the more certain we can be that the enterprise is important to us and to the growth of our soul.
If it meant nothing to us, there would be no fear.
When we're feeling massive fear, it means there's tremendous love there, too.
If we didn't love the project that's terrifying us, we wouldn't feel anything.
The opposite of love isn't hatred ... it's indifference.
The more scared we are of a work or calling, the more sure we can be that we have to do it.
(con't in Part V)