Dostoevsky reveals what people are most afraid of

Taking a new step, saying a new word, is what people are most afraid of.

- Fyodor Dostoevsky

Trying new things can be something you're afraid of. After all, you don't know if you'll succeed or fail miserably. However, if you don't dare, you can never find out if you might have succeeded.

Of course, you can always repeat what you know you're good at. It's just that if you're never open to new things, you can never expand your boundaries.

There's also something incredibly beautiful in the unknown, because you don't know what you'll find once you set out:

  • Will you stumble over something that you can't create?
  • You will find something that at first does not succeed, but then the longer you deal with the matter, better and better succeeds?
  • Will you try something new that succeeds directly?

Wherever the new step leads is uncertain. But it is better than the certainty of stagnation, if one does not dare to take the new step, does not speak the new word. Even if one stumbles and falls, if one dares to take a new step, it is necessary to get up again and continue walking. There is nothing reprehensible about falling, it is rather reprehensible not to have tried in the first place. This can be applied to every aspect of life.

You can dare to talk to the girl on the train, learn an instrument, start drawing, write a book or set a goal in sports. The possibilities to try something new are almost endless. The only thing you have to do is to take the first step and not be afraid of falling. The people who have made it far on their path are guaranteed to have fallen many times, but they have gotten up and continued to put a new step in front of the previous one.

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