I have a date now, a date where I know my Trafficker will be in the same room as I.
It brings that old feeling of <fear>.I see my hands shaking … is it <fear or fearless> as I type this insert. If I were speaking out loud, i know that my voice would be shaking just as my body is … but I would fight back my tears and I would not look at my trafficker for <fear> of him taking more from me … the less he has of me the better it is.
I pray to Our Father –
this judge finds in my favor, then maybe just maybe the rest will follow suit.
Is this fearless or fear?
What do you think? Leave your thoughts, comments, questions…
Everyone wants to be fearless … but do we all really know what that means or do we use these words in the correct way?
Look at it this way-
We have super heros – but then the heros that we look up to also throw punches… HHHMMMM
Some of us use FEAR to strike just this into our “victims” good or bad.
We all want to be “fearless” … we start early in life experimenting with this “fearless” some of us as young children on playgrounds and parks and even Elementary school yards.
High Schools, college campuses, work places … and yes today others use social media. Some take it to the extreme and become cyber bullies. (Btw; our courts are catching up with this issue as our teenagers and young adults are affected greatly)
There’s even yet another way – a way that I’ve been talking about… It’s been around since the beginning of time. One of these we’ve been combating for many years now, and the other is still a dirty little secret.
domestic violence and yes I’m talking about sex trafficking.
These people use
Physical – emotional – sexual – psychological -FEAR –
There’s nothing fearless about this ugly FEAR.
When a person feels they have the right to STRIP away another persons freedoms without regard for the Victims life. It makes the captures feel FEARLESS.
Then take what’s left of the Victims naked, tired, bruised, abused, bodies and psyches – and for nothing more than monetary means … they’re traded off over and over and over.
Her Trafficker abusing her, then painting her pretty, as to cover her bruises and pain, never once considering “the victim”. She puts on a smile, for she FEARs the consequences – and her trafficker feels FEARLESS. Untouchable he thinks he is …I’m fighting for my life & fighting to pave the road for many behind me. Is this –
FEAR or FEARLESS