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Running toward something is better than running away.

This means that you should face something rather than running away.

That is not always true. If the something is a moving train or an angry bear, you should probably run away. But if the something is a fear, you would get nowhere by running away, you should face it.

For example, if you are afraid of dogs, you shouldn’t just cower and run when you see one, you should face your fear and go up and pet it. Once, I read a pamphlet about what to do if you see a bear. The pamphlet said, if the bear is up in your face, throw your food to distract it, then run. Really really fast.*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*this is really bad advice about bears. do not listen to it.

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