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  • So yeah, I, by contrast, get huh?

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  • It is why they allow me this little ball, which is not common.

  • Ted talks like So what am I to talk about today?

  • Because I think we have a problem with fear in the West.

  • I'm no, I want to put some caveats.

  • I'm not talking about biblical lore and wonder, you know, understand.

  • Beside Victoria Falls, majestic, tumbling sound excites.

  • That's one more.

  • That's the one I'm worried about.

  • I'm not sure about Halloween on Van Helsing and Dracula.

  • That's fable, fantasy and fun.

  • Um, and I don't tell you about justified fear in a real fear of fear, of real danger.

  • What I'm talking about is irrational fit that takes a hold of us and leads to feelings of insecurity on distrust of others, which in turn leads us to behaving in human.

  • Now we've got those traditional classic exams with fear, the fear of alternative sexuality.

  • Fair women arrived witch hunts in the Middle Ages, the fear of a Zionist conspiracy of bankers that gave rise to the politicians.

  • We've made great progress in a lot of those airs I heard on the news this morning, the last white solely beach in South Africa is gonna be opened up for approval.

  • So what?

  • We've made a big brute strength in a very short time.

  • But the trouble is, I think the faster we make progress in one, you seem just fall down in Morpheus.

  • That's a bit the ascent of the Boris Trump Brexit thing.

  • I'm sure that's all symbolic about using using sure of Our borders are suffering immigration.

  • Let's look at the fear of gang warfare.

  • Drug warfarin States gives rise to the proliferation of bombs.

  • School shooting, Dr.

  • But fear of litigation.

  • You got that?

  • But the fear of free speech, Safe space lobbyists What about super in general?

  • What about performance?

  • You may think of you young people will be thinking of your exams.

  • At my age, I'm thinking more middle aged gentleman sets.

  • But why in the northwest, off the world, the richest, most powerful air in the world, why are we so prone or afraid?

  • I mean, we don't win over most diseases.

  • We had died of starvation or family, child and somehow or other, we have become prey to fears.

  • I think if we have a real frightened off.

  • We invent something.

  • That's why I've suggested were a bit addicted to the idea.

  • We feel lost.

  • We don't have something to be friends, so we're always become.

  • I have a theological suggestions.

  • I should have some.

  • Welcome to something good.

  • A couple of theological suggestions.

  • Now we know that this is James.

  • Die.

  • Just drive the human.

  • Okay, were mixture Carl, you talked about shadow on the and where were a mixture of both?

  • It all depends where you think the balances.

  • If you think we're more evil than good, your bench electric fears run away.

  • No, Traditionally with Catholics fell very heavily on the side of route.

  • We like to think of human beings.

  • Is grace made way tended to deny the shadow of the border?

  • Um, look, when you deny the shadow recently happening, check with denial shattered.

  • That's a dangerous thing to do for us.

  • Inspired by contrast, that he thought that humanity he saw evil around every four look at the Protestant way.

  • They cover up that women are not of pure churches.

  • That there are a lot of judges view of the demon drink course that with pseudo stretch so you sort of depends this well, it depends on your taste.

  • Have a Christian?

  • Fundamentalists tend to think that creation was historical event literally to start involved, created a perfect world.

  • And then she was messed up on history of any sort of decline ever since.

  • And they want to get back to original perfection.

  • They were turned you a member in charge.

  • Women rule that sort of thing.

  • Um, and you'll see human history in a very negative way.

  • Human development, your fear.

  • Modernism, fear liberal values.

  • If you have that, I had a I gave a talk on some Christian feminists.

  • There is.

  • I gave a talk on it, too.

  • A group.

  • There was a lady in there who was a Christian fundamentalist.

  • She was a lawyer and she wanted to give some money to her church because she thought the pastor was doing someone.

  • And she asked him and people donate some money.

  • And he said he gave her a piece of paper and he said to go home, get your husband signed the mission for you to give the money.

  • If you think all the other the creation.

  • I got more sort of Darwinian approach.

  • That creation began as an embryo seed with enormous potential.

  • Then you're going to see human development much more as an asset.

  • As I say.

  • No straight line course pictures.

  • Interpretation of national socialism, I could say was a dick in our evolution.

  • You know, I think we do that a bit.

  • But overall, I'm quite sure that way all the time.

  • That's my Unless, Leslie, this one I like this is much more.

  • Have you ever seen like this one?

  • Let me define it for you.

  • It's an ancient Sufi counseling, too.

  • It was discovered at the time of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

  • It identifies nine this each with their own national Dr.

  • But it says if you over, I didn't with that national drive to exclude Norman of all others.

  • That leaves you with nine potential deadly sin.

  • Interesting.

  • In the West, we have seven deadly sins.

  • And if you saw people from dad anymore, I'm trying on Jed.

  • Listen us pretty.

  • We have seven.

  • Interesting.

  • The east.

  • Not of the two that we don't record.

  • I don't break into this too.

  • We don't recognize dreamy, don't recognize off deceit.

  • Well, interesting fair deceit, things.

  • We just have a good home.

  • I think you're I know you're in trouble.

  • Old age deceit.

  • Just do we not have a problem in the West?

  • No, I did not bars in bus Fake news.

  • We have a huge problem with deceit in our catch, my sergeant.

  • Truth, tax avoidance.

  • How about that?

  • Very well, but it's a chase.

  • Have a big problem to C.

  • C.

  • And I think we have a problem with it.

  • Number.

  • Prime programs on television.

  • Thousands.

  • Line of duty.

  • But you'd be quite justified in thinking there was a bent copper on rapist on every street corner to look at the number of crime Siris on television with fear now of accountability.

  • How its way this down with mounds and mounds of I was an hour's time.

  • It's taken time we should be giving to our Children to a patient.

  • Yeah, Operation insurance with my Children.

  • Daytime TV drowned.

  • So what do you do for another one?

  • That cosmetics plastic surgery here They're my boobs.

  • Just so what do we do with this from?

  • Well, I I think that we need to name there's attention.

  • What do you do about it?

  • With any addiction, then you've been stopped.

  • Then he stopped.

  • D'oh!

  • You don't recognize that it has a potential.

  • One of the things it does for us is it causes us julies confidence in our ability to deal with problems and to do with well problems.

  • It is fair mix, rest leads to despair, things way want no more.

  • Another thing that damages on relationships lose compassion We lose.

  • This whole day is about making how we make connections if we fear anymore, wait.

  • In this country, they used fear not in the past to try.

  • They used in the Army.

  • I can't tell.

  • Trained as a nurse in 96 I cannot tell you how terrified we were at the thought of the night sisters round.

  • If you got to snap your stuff, it was really up to control.

  • They tried have another.

  • I think the other thing we need to do is we need to different shaped through fear and concern.

  • Who's Whitman said.

  • We must be concerned.

  • Abuse catch ability on crime and global warming and drugs, plastics and our should deforestation.

  • We must concert will normalize challenges, just immobilize our resources activity, our imagination what?

  • Yeah, with her what no fear what together?

  • That's that's it too much.

  • We'll never get rid of national.

  • Terrified of spiders in the bomb.

  • My mother I had left.

  • What was her favorite?

  • Faisel is what terrifies me, and she has.

  • My mom is a lovely mum.

  • Lived in nights, which I don't even you know.

  • London.

  • It's not.

  • It's their London with parents.

  • It's not No Ruff.

  • Ruff Ruff people.

  • Really?

  • Um, but I used to go visit her.

  • She say, She said, You're not going home.

  • I'd say, Well, yes, you're not being here at this time of night on the underwear.

  • I see Mommy, it's six.

  • It's commuter travel.

  • You know where that dream?

  • I'm really not sure.

  • Statistics for mugging old ladies in Knightsbridge all the way home from work.

  • I didn't think that.

  • You know what I'm talking about this irrational.

  • Unreasonable?

  • Yeah, disproportionate.

  • That's what we it's very It's a limited all sorts.

  • Anyway, I think someone's been start showing me things to say that I'm I'm finished because they don't have a fear.

  • They might.

  • I just like to point out I didn't have a fair.

good morning.

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