Are our Fears camouflaged Desires?

Are our fears camouflaged desires?

How come what we FEAR could be what we NEED?

It’s an old Freudian pattern, right?

What do you think?

Of course you can play with easy concepts, like “I’m afraid of being alone” (fear) which is the same as “I want to have someone around me” (desire).

But can we say that your fear for burglary means you desire to empty your house from something? Which is what, then : too many things, a stuck feeling, a need of change, of an event? Really?

I found this interesting quote :

The disturbers of happiness are our desires, our griefs, and our fears.
Samuel Johnson

This sounds very oriental, right? If desires disturb happiness, ain’t it life in the move? Should we try to be zen with no… Etc.

This only needs two more pages… or a conversation.

Have a nice day!

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