WHAT DO YOU FEAR?

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What Do You Fear?
WHAT DO YOU FEAR?

A profund question is being directed at you, what do you fear?

Dental patients come to our office where emergency dental care is rendered on a daily basis.

I’m a KC dentist aspiring to give the most advanced treatment possible.

Dentistry in KC handles dental phobias up close and personal allowing the patient to have a pleasant experience with minimal downsides.

Is it fearing loss of life, or maybe poor health, financial ruin ranks high for many, loneliness is also a major concern for those maturing in age, or is it just the uncertainty that life brings us all?

In the Bible fear is addressed more than the subject of love we are told by some biblical scholars.

In your own life look for solid evidence where you have succeeded in what you set out to do.

The Creator of heaven and earth becomes your shield when you stop fearing what you have no control over in life.

He stays with you through the most difficult of times.

So true is the statement you attract what you think about most.

If the majority of time is spent in a posture that places you punishing yourself because of what you fear, it will seep into every crevice of your mind and pollute a person’s auto play messages.

Good positive messages in, result in actions that attract success.

Gain courage in knowing you are not alone in your battles.

Courage is not the absence of fear but acting in spite of thoughts that originate from it’s grip.

Fear has a tendency to cause paralysis and inaction in spite of your best intentions.

Going it alone is a short term action only meant to hold the fort until help arrives in the form of additional resources, information or people.

Victories are the spoils of the courageous who find a way to act inspite of fear thoughts.

No one wakes up each morning to welcome the bitter taste of defeat.

Setbacks are part of the life cycle and should not be mis-interrupted as failure.

Consciously speak into existence the cessation of fear.

Look upon setbacks as a time to learn from mistakes and make better choices.

Working smart will teach you to stop touching a hot stove when heat is felt coming from the potential pain source.

Dentists fearful of treating difficult patients miss golden opportunities to resolve their concerns.

In the hours you struggle the most are the times to re-focus and find the best route out of a storm to proceed.

Ask dental patients the question what do you fear?

From the Diary of my enlightenment,

A.L. Clark, D.D.S.   http://dentist4you.biz

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I am a dentist in the Kansas City, MO. area willing to help in the world where dental health care is needed and appreciated. To date we have established a dental clinic in Israel and evaluated the healthcare delivery system in Havana Cuba. Serving my community at this time as a photo journalist also.

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