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A dialogue on the two opposing aspects of the experience of fear, dramatically written out in formal Italic script and Carolingian bookhand with a bold title and including an eternal knot symbol to conclude the text.


“Fear not that you might fail.

Fear rather that you will never succeed.

Fear not that you might be hurt. Fear rather that you might never grow.

Fear not that you might love and lose. Fear rather that you might never love at all.

Fear not that man might laugh at your mistakes. Fear rather that God will address you ‘O ye of little faith.’

Fear not that you might fall again. Fear rather that you might have made it the next time.

Dr. Robert Schuller”


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9.75" x 12.75" • Offset printed on Light Grey Felt 80# Cover in rubine red and black inks with grey tint. Unframed.

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