harnessing the harassment of human fears

Author : Mark L. Graham
Genre : Self-Help
Release : 2016-01-12
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Are you weighed down by oppressing phobias? You can harness your fears with the tactical help of timeless truths. In this guide, author Mark L. Graham explores his lifelong struggle with various fears in an effort to help others find hope, comfort, and godly wisdom. He seeks to help you change the way you approach irrational fears. By looking to the Bible for guidance and exercising faith in Jesus Christ, you can: understand your weaknesses and vulnerabilities; fend off fears that have no basis in reality; and harness legitimate fears to achieve great things. With surprising candor, Graham shares the fears he has faced as an athlete, pastor, and person. Step by step, he shares faith-based strategies and proven steps to overcome the fears that hold you back the most. Instead of trying to eliminate fears with a chemical fix, mood-altering drug, or caffeine high, it’s time to do what God intended you to do: master your fears at every turn, time and time again. By doing so, you’ll move closer to the Lord as you start Harnessing the Harassment of Human Fears.

Author : Elemér Hankiss
Genre : History
Release : 2001-01-01
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ISBN_10 : 9639241075
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An encyclopedic study on the role that fear and anxiety have played as the organizing motives of human existence and social life. Hankiss explains how human beings have surrounded themselves with protective symbols: myths and religions, values and belief systems, ideas and scientific theories, moral and practical rules of behaviour, and a wide range of everyday rituals and trivialities.

Author : Frank Furedi
Genre : Social Science
Release : 2018-06-14
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In 1997, Frank Furedi published a book called Culture of Fear. It was widely acclaimed as perceptive and prophetic. Now Furedi returns to his original theme, as most of what he predicted has come true. In How Fear Works, Furedi seeks to explain two interrelated themes: why has fear acquired such a morally commanding status in society today and how has the way we fear today changed from the way that it was experienced in the past? Furedi argues that one of the main drivers of the culture of fear is unravelling of moral authority. Fear appears to provide a provisional solution to moral uncertainty and is for that reason embraced by a variety of interests, parties and individuals. Furedi predicts that until society finds a more positive orientation towards uncertainty the politicisation of fear will flourish. Society is continually bombarded with the message that the threats it faces are incalculable and cannot be managed or contained. The ascendancy of this outlook has been paralleled by the cultivation of helplessness and passivity – all this has heightened people's sense of powerlessness and anxiety. As a consequence we are constantly searching for new forms of security, both physical and ontological. What are the drivers of fear, what is the role of the media in its promotion, and who actually benefits from this culture of fear? These are some of the issues Furedi tackles to explain the current predicament. He believes that through understanding how fear works, we can encourage attitudes that will help bring about a less fearful future.

Author : Sheila Keegan
Genre : Psychology
Release : 2015-02-03
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ISBN_10 : 9780749472559
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In the context of global economic recession, fear has become institutionalized in many organizations, both in the private and public sectors. Board directors are under pressure from shareholders, senior executives are attempting to maintain sales in a nervous market and many people are concerned about job security and maintaining their living standards. This book shows how fear manifests itself in large organizations, how it impacts on the workforce and how by reducing our willingness to take risks and to innovate, it can inhibit economic growth and innovation, at both an individual and corporate level. The Psychology of Fear in Organizations examines the psychological barriers to innovation and presents initiatives to loosen the paralysis caused by the economic downturn.

Author : Michael H. Gorn
Genre : History
Release : 1988
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ISBN_10 : UCR:31210023593294
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Beskriver hvorledes USAF benytter videnskaben og den teknologiske udvikling til at optimere sin Air Power også på længere sigt

Author : Ken Nichols
Genre : Christian life
Release : 1996-03
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ISBN_10 : 1885447051
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Author : Beryl David Cohon
Genre : Judaism
Release : 1958
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ISBN_10 : UOM:39015038923747
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Author : Anna-Leena Siikala
Genre : Fiction
Release : 2002
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ISBN_10 : IND:30000093060683
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The recent fascination in Finnish folklore studies with popular thought and the values and emotions encoded in oral tradition began with the realization that the vast collections of the Finnish folklore archives still have much to offer the modern-day researcher. These archive materials were not only collected by scholars, but also by the ordinary rural populace interested in their own traditions, by performers and their audiences. With its myriad voices, this body of source material thus provides new avenues for the researcher seeking to penetrate popular thought. What does oral tradition tell us about the way its performers think and feel? What sorts of beliefs and ideas are transmitted in traditional songs and narratives? Perspectives from the study of mentalities and cultural cognition research provide a framework for investigating these issues. This collection of articles covers age-old myths and world views, concepts of witchcraft and the Devil stretching back to the Middle Ages, and the values and collective emotions of Finnish and Hungarian agrarian communities.

Author : Anna-Leena Siikala
Genre : Folklore
Release : 2002
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Author : John Bunyan
Genre :
Release : 1859
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ISBN_10 : UIUC:30112057263680
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