There are two ways of doing things, doing and undoing, and they are very similar.
Think of the two sides of your hand. One side, the palm, always doing things. And at the same time, the back side of our hand is undoing them.
The dialect of fear is the language we speak when we are doing things primarily with the back of our hands. This is the doing without doing. The dialect of fear is the language of depression, of anger and jealousy.
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