Fear of loss is not inherently a bad thing. It can keep you from making foolish decisions. Such as risking more than you can afford to lose.
But don’t let it stop you from taking action. Some risk is necessary. Even not taking action can sometimes be more risky than taking action. Risk is inherent to life. Be wise about what the costs may be for the decisions you make.
No decisions are without consequence. Good or bad. And often the consequences can remain hidden for a long time. Like planting seeds, they remain unseen, until they’re not. Eventually what you plant makes it’s presence known.
Plant the right seeds and be patient. You can hardly go wrong with that way of thinking.
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