Abandon All Fear

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[Fearisms] What Do You Fear?

Posted by Lex Fear on June 2, 2007

Fear is a powerful, unpleasant feeling of risk or danger, either real or imagined. – Wikipedia.

All of us experience fear at different times for different reasons, it has the power to take over and control our thoughts and actions. It can affect who we are and who we become. Fear comes in many forms: mortal, and psychological.

Abandon All Fear exists as a testament to overcoming fear. It is a statement, a statement of truth about standing up against intimidation and the dark powers and principalities. It is about speaking truth, regardless of cultural sensibilities. It is about the experience and journey, of being an overcomer.

Fear of God doesn’t mean living in the shadow of a judge or higher power, it means being filled with a higher power and fearing nothing else on this earth.

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[Fisking Bliar] This Is What He Really Meant

Posted by Lex Fear on March 4, 2007

I am aware that many have already weighed in on the PM’s email, and given their response. I’ve been too busy screwing up his computer to provide a fearism, but I’ve finally got round to it.

Here is that email, comments in blue:

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[Blog Reboot] Post Zero

Posted by Lex Fear on February 25, 2007

As you can see AAF has undergone some major retconning. Alex Fear has been fully realised.

He doesn’t apologise for the new comic feel of AAF, and before anyone makes assumptions it is not inspired by another excellent new US import. His obsession with superheroes began a long time ago with the likes of Judge Dredd, Batman and Swamp Thing, to name a just a few.

The good news, as you may have sussed, is that I now has broadband once again. Pipex came to my rescue when TalkTalk FailFailed.

However, this still does not mean normal blogging will resume straight away. As you know I also now has a wife, whose powers of persuasion far exceed my own.

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[I’ll Be Back] Whatever Happened to Alex Fear?

Posted by Lex Fear on November 25, 2006

Well in short, after getting married in October I’ve had no time nor (free) Internet connection to do any blogging. We came back to the UK early November and immediately went flat hunting in West London. Having now found a flat in Ealing, we are awaiting free broadband from TalkTalk which I am told will be installed at the latest 26th December. Which means my posts will be few and far between.

I’ve found a free WIFI connection in Chiswick at the Natural Cafe. I’m not much for organic food but I suspect I shall be ordering multiple latte’s on a Saturday as I make use of their generosity.

Currently I’m at my parent’s house this weekend so I’m making use of their WiFi connection, and I have much to tell. Aside from comments to make on my observations of the news both in America and the UK, I have some comments to make on some organisations of which we have been unfortunate enough to require their services.

I’ve done some rethink on the ethos of Abandon All Fear. I’ve decided that AAF is going in a new direction. From now on Abandon All Fear will be about real experiences with inept organisations and companies and based as much as possible on my own personal experience and observations. On the other hand, the Dark Side of the Light is going to be devoted to challenging the accepted wisdom and bringing my own insight and understanding, particularly with regards to faith. Of course these will both continue to be laced with my own peculiar brand of humour and satire. I also intend to reserve my comments on other blogs, instead referencing and addressing interesting posts here.

If all goes well, normal blogging will resume in January 2007, hopefully sooner.

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