March 1944

Conquering Fear

Volume 28, Issue 3

FEAR of being afraid no doubt bas a definite place in the rather complex psychology of fear, and in that regard we are reminded of the words of the poet Hovey, who wrote:

"There are worser ills to lace

Than foeman in the fray;

And many a man has fought because

He feared to run away."

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