As humans, we love to fear. We are in fear of our lives, loneliness, disappointment, missing opportunities, personal bankruptcy and disasters, pain as well as changes. Nobody can acquit himself from the fact that occasionally the fears which we have restrain us from action.
This is why we decide to stay at home, to desperately be in company, to stop trusting others and work more and harder just to make sure that we will keep what we have.
While doing so, we forget that facing what frightens us will give us an entirely new perspective from another point of view and open a path which we could have never started traveling if we had stuck to the longstanding method of submission.