Every day I walk to work,
As I walk, I face my fears.
Some are real –
Those of making a mistake that could leave me burned or poisoned or electrocuted or infected.
Those are real fears because of the nature of my work…
So I must be careful and cautious
and not let the tyranny of the urgent affect how I approach what I do.
The there is the fear of approaching something that is new or I do not remember doing before,
That is a different fear and not totally rational because deep down,
I know I can do almost anything.
That fear paralyzes me and makes me afraid,
But I find I keep on going and face it squarely.