by McKullicuddy March 9, 2008
"I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will allow my fear to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone I will turn my inner eye to see its path. And where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain." (From Frank Herbert's Dune)
by CCDBM January 5, 2004
Fear steered me away from my dreams because I allowed it to overcome my thoughts and cloud my judgement. Those who refuse to allow fear to dictate their lives always end up being successful and happy in life.
by chramoadvice October 31, 2013
by Matt January 24, 2005
"The Fear" is the sense that you have done yourself some lasting damage after a night of drinking. It's symptoms are:
- A feeling that you are going to die soon (and not just due to other hangover symptoms);
- A sense that people or organizations are out to get you;
- Angst that you may have offended, inappropriately touched or physically attacked someone the night before;
- Foreboding about the next time you meet the people or return to the bar where you degraded yourself the previous night.
The fear is often accompanied by "The Remorse" where you are also genuinely ashamed and sorry for the way you have behaved, as well as simply frightened for the sake of your own wellbeing.
by Jaques le Chef April 15, 2008
by Dr Bunnygirl June 10, 2020
by foeotid January 17, 2004