‘What are you most scared of?’

By Yu Shing Ting & Nathalie Walker
Wednesday - February 23, 2011
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BRYAN YATSUSHIRO
Kailua, Social Worker

“Being bit by a shark. I like to dive and have seen some.”

KATHLEEN JUAREZ
Pauoa Valley, Retired Nurse

“Big cockroaches, the flying ones. I lived on the Mainland and had never seen them before.”

ROY NAHALE
Nuuanu, Self-Employed

“I have a reverential fear of displeasing my God.”

CORY ORIDE
Manoa, Student

“Unexpected changes, such as the passing of a loved one.”

SHANE CHAMBERS
Waimanalo, Group Leader

“Ghosts - the unknown aspect of it. I don’t know what I would do.”

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Reverential Fear of God?

What an absolutely horrible way to live your life.

How can fear possibly be reverential? Why would you even HAVE a god (note the reference to “MY God”) that you are afraid of? If anything, I’d be afraid of someone else’s god who might decide to take action against me.

Any God that requires, or elicits, fear of any kind, reverential or otherwise, is certainly not a God of Love.


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