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Our Deepest Fear

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
It is our light, not our darkness
That most frightens us.

We ask ourselves
Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?
Actually, who are you not to be?
You are a child of God.
Your playing small
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Friday, January 9, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: fear
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Nancy Barnabas 31 October 2020
Every single word in this poem is true and correct. It is Inspiring, encouraging, and provides good guidance For everyone young and old. I love it Amen
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Anita Hug 02 April 2019
I WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO ANITA HUG “Anita go die in a hole.” ~ Josh “Anita you fat go drown yourself. You are a Paki cunnt you have no life biiiitch.” ~ Albert Einstein “Yo, Anita, go swim in cheese” ~ Carl(os) “Stab yourself with a gun, Anita. I am sick and tired with your complaicancy.” ~ Yo Man “Shut up Anita you just used words off of google to sound fancy like Shakespere.” ~ P. Mason
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ABALENG 22 October 2018
i have an interview tomorrow and im so frightened... i called my sister and she just recommended that i search for this poem.... there are no words to explain how grateful i am that i took her advise. please keep writing, i needed your words and you have said exactly what i needed to hear. the light in you is truly helping me to realize the light in me. Thank you Marianne.
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Nicky 19 August 2018
Very good truthful
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lil audi 13 August 2018
follow lil Audi on the cloud
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Janice 13 July 2018
I have always loved, and agreed with this poem. Sounds like revelation from God because its true.
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Bridget Koontz 15 May 2018
Williamson, M. (1992) . A return to love: Reflections on the principles of a course in miracles (pp.190-191) . New York, NY: HarperPerennial.
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Bridget 15 May 2018
Williamson, M. (1992) . A return to love: Reflections on the principles of a course in miracles (pp.190-191) . New York, NY: HarperPerennial.
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Jan Vance 13 April 2018
The author of this poem is Maya Angelou, not Marrianne Williamson.
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Bridget 15 May 2018
No, it's definitely Marianne Williamson. This portion has been on my desk for years. The book is wonderful. Williamson, M. (1992) . A return to love: Reflections on the principles of a course in miracles (pp.190-191) . New York, NY: HarperPerennial.
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Motlatsi 02 March 2018
I love this poem...now i knw i dnt hv to hv fear...thank u for the nice poem
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