State of Mind

Not My Entire Being


I can’t ride a bike, I don’t know how.   I am afraid of heights and being on top.   I drowned twice, I survived.  I was hit by a car once and still I’m alive. 


I would never stop


With fear

For it is only a state of mind

Not my entire being



11 thoughts on “State of Mind

    • Hello Mr. Hickman 🙂

      Thanks for the read and remarks, I’m honored 🙂

      You are a man of knowledge and experience that’s why I followed you. I’ve just read your about page and will read more. I found you through a comment in my sister’s post “milk and honey”. I’d like to thank you for the compassionate comment you left in her post 🙂

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  1. I’m interested in what you mean by this Diwata.

    Do you mean that if you did identify with fear you wouldn’t engage with fear you’d be fear?
    And if that’s so, is it necessarily better to be outside your fear looking in or to inhabit it?
    What about other states of mind like joy or confusion?
    Could whatever state of mind you have in the moment be your entire being?

    If you think I’m overanalysing or being intrusive here just ignore me. The idea of self-identification is a bit of an obsession of mine.


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