Use fear for action, not for thinking about action (#37)

Fear is extremely crucial when a situation is sudden and require a fast reaction – attack, defence or escape. Fear makes us more concentrated on here and now.

But as it is good to act quickly it is not so good for thinking. Feeling a fear we think rather simple and emotionally, not deep or objectively.

That’s why it is important not to feel fear for a longer time. It won’t help us to make better decisions, but because of poor ones it will make us feel frightened even more.

A fear is good but only in the fast, sudden situation – so use it wisely.