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Having to face the demons that I carry with me.
—JEREMY LEUNG, TORONTO
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I fear the world may collapse under me.
—ANTOINE DORÉ, FRANCE
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Fear of the great unknown.
—GRACEY ZHANG, NEW YORK
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I fear a rationality that eliminates human warmth.
—YAO XIAO, NEW YORK
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I’ll become unable to show emotion, like stone.
—DANIEL GRAY-BARNETT, AUSTRALIA
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The indifference of nature.
—MARK PERNICE, NEW YORK
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I fear becoming someone I'm fearful of.
—FAN WU, MICHIGAN
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I fear not being able to protect and provide for my child.
—DANIEL ZENDER, NEW YORK
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A worm of doubt crawling into my brain.
—JOOHEE YOON, NEW YORK
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I fear becoming a labyrinth of doubts and questions.
—ADRIÀ FRUITÓS, FRANCE
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I fear that at anytime, everything could collapse.
—ÉRIC LAMBÉ, BELGIUM
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A world where you have to hide what makes you different.
—JOSH COCHRAN, NEW YORK
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We’re wasting the beauty and innocence of this world.
—ROBERTA ZETA, ITALY
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A white supremacists' riot against justice and individuality.
—AMANDA GREENBERG, NEW YORK
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I fear a shapeless future.
—TOMMI MUSTURI, FINLAND
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Fingers on the button of world destruction.
—JONATHON ROSEN, NEW YORK
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Being labeled because of your race, gender or beliefs.
—MIKE MCQUADE, CHICAGO
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I fear getting old and having my memories crumble.
—ELENIA BERETTA, ITALY
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A false sense of connection, and collective inaction.
—COREY ESCOTO, PITTSBURGH
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I'll become a stone that escapes in thinking.
—CYNTHIA KITTLER, GERMANY
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I am afraid of hate masked behind smiles.
—SHANNON FRESHWATER, LOS ANGELES
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The scariest thing is having to face the other me.
—SARAH MAZZETTI, ITALY
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I fear the regression of rights and policies that protect us.
—TOYIN OJIH ODUTOLA, NEW YORK
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The only thing connecting us is our failure to connect.
—ROMAN MURADOV, SAN FRANCISCO
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I fear someone can play with our lives.
—ROSITA URICCHIO, ITALY
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People will let waves of fear decide their choices.
—GEORGE BATES, NEW YORK
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Fear of hate speech.
—FRANZISKA BARCZYK, TORONTO
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I fear racism.
—SCOTT BAKAL, BOSTON
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I fear the monster that dwells within each of us.
—JUN CEN, NEW YORK
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I fear the human beings behind the monster.
—DAVIDE BONAZZI, ITALY
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I fear that my body will no longer be my own.
—PING ZHU, NEW YORK
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The barriers that we build instead become cages.
—GIULIO BONASERA, ITALY
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I fear where blind anger could take this country.
—RYAN PELTIER, MINNEAPOLIS
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If there's been a way to build it...
—RON REGÉ JR, LOS ANGELES
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I fear the absence of empathy.
—LUCIE LAROUSSE, FRANCE
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No one can hear you, and nothing will be changed.
—LISK FENG, NEW YORK
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An endless fall, where regaining control is not an option.
—ÉMILIE GLEASON, FRANCE
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I fear becoming numb towards inequalities in our society.
—JOHN WHITLOCK, NEW YORK
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I fear the Pandora’s box of racism has been opened.
—JAMES YANG, NEW YORK
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The void that engulfs even the most innocent and helpless.
—JACKIE FERRENTINO, NEW YORK