Trust the unknown

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Hope is trust in the unknown. We place our trust in the unknown when we wish for better.

Fear is distrust in the unknown. When we fear, we expect the worse.

The unknown is the unknown.

And that’s precisely why we shouldn’t waste our time worrying about it.

We shouldn’t fear the unknown. We don’t know what’s going to happen. And if we build skills that prove our resilience, we prove we have the ability to deal with the unknown, no matter the outcome.

Don’t fear the unknown.

Trust it.

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