Phobia Quotes

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Rick Riordan
“We'll have to work on your bunny phobia later.”
Rick Riordan, The Last Olympian

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Plagiarism is the fear of a blank page.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Stephen Richards
“When you explore your fears then you set yourself free.”
Stephen Richards, Releasing You from Fear

Stephen Richards
“When you have mastered fear then you have mastered all.”
Stephen Richards, Releasing You from Fear

Warren Zevon
“I might have made a tactical error not going to a physician for 20 years. It was one of those phobias that didn't pay off.”
Warren Zevon

Stephen Richards
“Our level of love or our level of fear determines the state of our reality.”
Stephen Richards, Releasing You from Fear

Stephen Richards
“When you have fear then the world is a big place. When you have courage then the world shrinks.”
Stephen Richards, Releasing You from Fear

Sigmund Freud
“Theoretical considerations require that what is to-day the object of a phobia must at one time in the past have been the source of a high degree of pleasure.”
Sigmund Freud, The Sexual Enlightenment of Children

Abhijit Naskar
“Usually the term phobia refers to the psychological fear of the human mind from something that poses a threat. But when a species starts using the term fear against a biological portion of itself, there is nothing more demeaning than this.”
Abhijit Naskar, The Islamophobic Civilization: Voyage of Acceptance

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“The real reason the number of things that are shared via social media every single minute is so astronomical is because, whenever they each do, most users do not share or say something because they believe they have something worth remembering; they do mainly or only because they fear being forgotten.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Sometimes just a little bit of light is enough to turn phobias into fluttering butterflies.”
Marina Matiss

“Glenn could see I was bricking it and turned round to me as I sat there, gripping the armrests.
"You all right?" he said.
"I hate flying, Boss. I'm shitting myself."
"Don't worry, Merse. It's going to be OK. We *won't* crash."
I thought, "Thank God for that. Glenn's said we're going to be safe. Nothing's going to fuck with us now.”
Paul Merson, How Not to Be a Professional Footballer

Abhijit Naskar
“Islamophobia may not actually be considered as a medical condition, unlike a medical condition, it is nothing but a primordial disgrace to the character of thinking humanity.”
Abhijit Naskar, The Islamophobic Civilization: Voyage of Acceptance

“We all have things - and sometimes people - we are unable to look in the eye.”
Kelly Jensen

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Some people are such cowards that they are terrified of being brave.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Orson Welles
“There are laws against peddling dope, there can be laws against peddling race hate. But every man has a right to his own opinion as an American boasts, but race hate is not an opinion, it's a phobia. It isn't a viewpoint, race hate is a disease. In a people's world, the incurable racist has no rights. He must be deprived of influence in a people's government. He must be segregated, as he himself would segregate the colored and semitic peoples. As we now segregate the leprous and the insane.”
Orson Welles

“People who are saying that they are afraid of heights are usually not actually afraid of heights. They are afraid of falling, which means it's a synonym for losing control.
So they have to get in touch with the definitional belief to find out what's really going on.”

“You have to allow the fear to be a messenger;
to give you information that it's attempting to tell you: that you have a negative belief.

You can't be afraid of the fear.
You have to recognize it.
Allow it to do its job.
And therefore once it delivers the information,
what it's bringing your attention to [is]:
"Hey! hey! knock knock knock! You have this negative belief that is out of alignment that you don't prefer!"

Once it brings your attention to that,
you can say: "Thank you fear. Thank you for bringing my attention to something I didn't know about within myself, so that now I can deal with it, now that I can let it go. Thank you fear."

And as soon as you use fear that way and allow it to be what it is; allow it to do the job it was designed to do, it will not be felt as fear anymore.

You will welcome it as a messenger that will alert you to anything within you that's out of alignment.

And you will be excited about feeling it.
And then it will turn into excitement.

That's how you "Allow" with fear.”

جلجامش نبيل, Gilgamesh Nabeel
“- "لا أحب التعميم أبدا!" قلت له بصراحة، "ولكن، الأمر ليس فوبيا على الإطلاق، المسلم المتدين الذي يحلم بإعادة تأسيس دولة دينية مخيف حقاً، لأنه يمتلك أيديولوجية شمولية، تحاول فرض نفسها وإقصاء الآخر، وسلبه حقه في الحياة والوجود. هؤلاء الأفراد خطرون لأنهم يرون بأنهم يحتكرون الحقيقة، وبأن الآخر مخطيء يستحق العذاب، بل وإن كان الأمر بيد هؤلاء المتدينين سيخيرون الآخر بين إعتناق الدين الإسلامي أو العيش ذليلاً تحت رحمتهم، والخطر الآخر هو أنهم لا يرضون بالتطور، وتحجروا في صراعات الماضي وأحكامه، والحضارة عندهم توسع فقط، بل إن المتدينين يحتقرون النتاج العلمي والأدبي والفني بصورة عامة، وحتى ذلك الذي تم إنتاجه في العصر العباسي، ويرون في ذلك إنحلالا أضعف "الخلافة"، وشيئا لا يستحق الإفتخار به. إنهم يفخرون بالتوسع والقتال فحسب. قد تعتذر الشعوب الأخرى عن جرائمها فيما بعد، بل وتدينها في بعض الأحيان، وتشعر بالخزي مما اقترفه الأسلاف، لكنهم يواصلون تمجيد ما يسمونه بالفتوحات ويسعون لتكرارها، وفرض رؤاهم على العالم بأسره. المسلم المتعصب يكره حضارته نفسها، ويريد قولبتها وفق مفهوم الدين فقط، ويحاول طمس كل التقاليد والموروثات القومية والشعبية القديمة التي تمكنت من النجاة من خلال تأطيرها بإطار إسلامي على مدى قرون. إذا كنا نتحدث عن من يحمل مثل هذه الأفكار، ومن يعتبر الأرض بأسرها ملكاً له، وبأن من حقه غزوها وقتل شعوبها لنشر عقيدته، فنحن لا نتكلم عن فوبيا، بل عن خطرٍ حقيقي يحدق بالعالم.”
جلجامش نبيل, Gilgamesh Nabeel, صراع الأقنعة

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Some of the things we fear exist nowhere but where fear happens.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Like fear, doubt greatly reduces the potency of our effort.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Jolene Stockman
“We all have different dreams and different worlds we want to dominate. Your favorite food is someone else's phobia. Your dream job is someone else's worst nightmare. Your perfect world is unique to you.”
Jolene Stockman, Total Blueprint for World Domination - Illustrated

Corey Croft
“Snakes, rats, spiders; all things children should not have an innate fear of, such fears are instilled into their unassuming minds through the prejudices and phobias of progenitors, irresponsibly so.”
Corey Croft, Coward

Vincent Okay Nwachukwu
“The mere sight of coffin sends people quivering and shivering with nausea and phobia”
Vincent Okay Nwachukwu, Weighty 'n' Worthy African Proverbs - Volume 1

K.Hari Kumar
“Fear defines horror.”
K.Hari Kumar, India's Most Haunted: Tales of Terrifying Places

Suzanne Wright
“I believe you’re not scared of commitment. I think you’re scared of committing to the wrong person.”
Suzanne Wright, When He’s Dark

“Fear, f-e-a-r, is:


“Sweaty palms, racing heart, choking back tears;
These are the ways I deal with all my fears.”
Moyosore Owojuyigbe
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Marissa Meyer
“One cannot be afraid when they have nothing to lose.”
Marissa Meyer, Supernova

Kamaran Ihsan Salih
“Phobia and neglecting the law will develop among a folk which there is injustice and inequality.”
Kamaran Ihsan Salih

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