Day 43 of 100 Days of Blogging, What am I Most Afraid of Losing?

Good morning, and welcome back to 100 Days of Blogging. Today’s topic comes to us from the Life category and the card says “What are you most scared of losing, and what would you truly lose if you lost it?”

This is an interesting question, because I’ve never really thought about it. Typically when I think of things that I’m afraid of it’s like my fear of heights, or something like that, not what I’m afraid of losing. It might be that I’m just scared of even thinking about what this hypothetical loss would be, so I don’t even think about it.

Which is also interesting in and of itself really. And I realize I’m going off on a tangent here, but at this point I still don’t have a good answer so you’re going to have to bear with me. Also, this is my blog, I get to answer these questions however I want to answer these questions, it’s not the first time I’ve not answered the question the way it probably didn’t mean to be answered.

Anyway, back to my point. It’s interesting that humans often don’t think about what they’re afraid about. We tend to hide our fear away and stop from thinking about it. Don’t know why really. I’m sure there’s some psychologist out there that’s talked about why humans do that. Either way, I still haven’t thought of anything and I’m reaching the end of this blog post, so have a good day, and I’ll see you on the next post.

One thought on “Day 43 of 100 Days of Blogging, What am I Most Afraid of Losing?”

  1. To loose the will to live and just give up, that scares me the most. Life will give us trials & challenges. Some people break, others flourish. We don’t know where we’ll be until it happens.

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