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To miss fear

As I entered my 4th year of training I felt an emptiness I knew the temple had caused. The void I had was where fear once was. My training at Tumfo Tu showed me how to defeat fear by showing me fear was not my reality rather my imagination. My fear was the product of a scary, overactive mind.

I missed fear at first, even though I didn't want his company, he was always in my ear screaming doubts. If nothing else, he was consistent. After years of training, I learned fear can't exist where Tumfo Tu lives.

Power now resides where fear use to stay.

The power I've accessed through my training at C-KS is silent and stays in a quiet place inside me because I know even a whisper from it could bring a house down.

Boukman Byrd

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