4. Don’t give in to fear and despair. - Deepstash
4. Don’t give in to fear and despair.

4. Don’t give in to fear and despair.

This is a tough one.

It’s so much easier to just give in and surrender to the fear and grief. But we need to stand tall, even when we feel two feet too short.

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