In Greek mythology, Phobos (Ancient Greek Φόβος, “Fear“) is the personification of fear, son of Ares (Greek god of war). Phobos appears to accompany his father to war, afflicting people with feelings of terror. Let‘s examine the notion of fear. Fear derives from the fact that the human mind seeks to gain control over the future but is incapable of doing so. People typically worry about eventual failure in their plans, as well as the lack of stability in the world. However, fear can also derive from other people’s behaviour, thus leading to alienation and eventually terror. You need to realise and accept the fact that fear is something all people are born with. Overcoming fears is a demanding process including many challenges and trials

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