Fickle footprints of faith and fear
Fear is faith in reverse gear.
— Napoleon Hill, American author
FROM womb to tomb, we are said to be dancing to the music of our DNA while struggling to justify faith and fear vacillating in our lives as fact, value, companion, crutch and curse.
The law is a perfect example of faith and fear co-existing, co-dependent, co-equal and coalescing sometimes to a boiling point. Seeking total safety and security with established government, citizens grudgingly accept faith and fear. Its footprints and fingerprints are legion.