Fight the Fear Scholarship Slam
“Always do what you are afraid to do.” This phrase popularized by the poet Ralph Waldo Emerson hits close to home with all of us as we’ve have had to conquer our fears, big and small. Doing something you’re afraid of always starts off terrifying but the experience can be rewarding in the end — the hardest part is taking the plunge and getting out of your comfort zone. How did you overcome one of your fears, and what did you learn from the experience? Fear can be your best friend or your worst enemy — it can motivate you to move to a better place but it can also hold you back if you let it. Have you been afraid of trying something new? Accomplishing a certain task? Or maybe your fears lie in insecurities about yourself? Tell us in a poem how you’ve fought your fears for your chance to win.
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