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It is always difficult to look at an individual in a difficult scenario and comprehend why they are not, based on our own perception, doing everything they can to change their situation. It is our own perception that drives us to make this judgement.

It is always difficult to look at an individual in a difficult scenario and comprehend why they are not, based on our own perception, doing everything they can to change their situation. It is our own perception that drives us to make this judgement.

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Up until recently I thought I knew what fear really was. I experienced common fears that most people do: fear of failure, success, the dark, what was under my bed, and math midterms. But my understanding of fear changed quickly post Superstorm Sandy.

Up until recently I thought I knew what fear really was. I experienced common fears that most people do: fear of failure, success, the dark, what was under my bed, and math midterms. But my understanding of fear changed quickly post Superstorm Sandy.

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Hi Sylvia. Thank you for your post - it makes me think of ants and their elaborate societies/communication systems. Every individual has a responsibility and as soon as their is a danger sensed, their society as a whole transports the message with sounds, vibrations, and other signals to ensure that everyone is prepared. It is quite an intense scenario to consider what humans would be capable, given our resource.

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Spot on - I could not agree more. Thank you Anne-Laure, Lluis, and Meena for your thoughts and suggestions. I'll make sure to cross reference other inspirations!