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  • Writer's pictureKenneth Scott

The Unknown: The Invisible Barrier Holding You Back

Three loud knocks on Mary's cabin door startled her as she awoke in a dimly lit living room. Fear gripped her, preventing her from moving.

Her heart raced as she heard faint creaking noises from the porch steps, as rain hit the windows like tiny drums, and the wind howled mournfully.

She faced whatever awaited her, knowing she couldn't stay hidden forever.

As Mary struggled to move forward, she gathered all the courage she could muster.

The creaking outside grew louder and more menacing as she crept toward the door.

Her heart pounded as she reached for the doorknob with trembling hands.

Opening the door, she saw a shadowy figure dressed in ragged clothing standing before her.

Her voice barely rose above a whisper as she stammered, "Who are you, and why are you here?"

As the figure stepped forward, it extended a hand, revealing a letter.

Mary hesitated, her fingers trembling as she took it.

The shadowed figure vanished into the darkness without a sound as Mary cautiously unfolded the letter with shaking hands, reading over the visually stunning script that conveyed an eloquent message at the center of the page:

"Even when fear knocks, courage must respond."

🔑 Fear can be powerful, but we should never let it take over our lives. When we confront our fears head-on, we demonstrate our strength and ability to grow. We can find the courage to face any challenge by embracing the unknown.

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