Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about my biggest fear. When we hear the term “scare,” we immediately picture a person with wide-open eyes, an open mouth, goosebumps, and a racing heart.
Being afraid of many things or activities in this world is in our nature. We all hold some things in our lives holy, therefore we strive to avoid seeing or feeling them since doing so causes us to feel afraid.
The most dreadful fear is losing our loved ones. We feel terrified because of the fear we all possess. Several things might cause us to become afraid, and then when we subsequently encounter those things, we get afraid. We are all aware that life involves both birth and death.
Even though death is a given for everyone who is born, it is nonetheless difficult to accept this. Never do we wish to lose a loved one. I believe there are occasionally some thoughts that frighten us. We experience an inside trembling when we consider losing family members or other loved ones. In my nightmares, I had experienced the dread of this way of thinking countless times.
Our phobia indeed comes from developing a fear of everything. We must make every effort to remove this worry from our heads. Dread can cause us difficulty in our lives. It is necessary that we bravely combat our fear and make an effort to face it. This will progressively stop us from feeling afraid. Thank you.