Why do I call it that? Well, I see the panic and even find it palpable each time I have to head out to the store. I have found myself feeling like (300 movie reference), it was time to go out into the world and wilderness and tackle the beasts, answer some riddles, and brave the storms all the while wondering if I'm truly prepared for what's "out there".
Sometimes I leave home looking like I was in the middle of a science experiment! Goggles, gloves to my elbows, two face masks, hazmat suit, knee high plastic boots, and more. I'm kidding! While I take it all very seriously, I still try to remember that that very caution can easily cross lines. There's the line of fear. There's the line of dread. There's the line of destabilization which can occur without you even knowing it. Take care, Friends. My refuge is in the language of Love. With all it's power, it lends and yields itself in infinite ways. Keep if flowing, and expect it in return.