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There are some things that everyone does not need in their life. Fear is one of them because it holds you back from being a strong person and makes you weak. Anger does not need to be in one's life because it lends to health issue and violence. Hate is another that does not need to be a part of one's life, because hate is such a strong emotion and can lead to violence and ignorance. Yoda had it right, “Fear lends to Anger, Anger lends to hate and hate lends to suffering.”

When FDR said “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” he was staying that to conquer fear one must face it head on. When you fear something you hold yourself back and you become weak. You become less willing to try something new or go some place because you are afraid. To ride oneself of fear one must fear, fear itself and stand up to it and face it head on. When you fear one can become anger when others start call you names.

Anger is a hard thing to ride from someones life. It is a emotion that everyone feels at times. However anger can lend to health risk, such as heart attacks, strokes, stress and depression. In the youth anger can make oneself socially awkward due to the stress and depression it causes. To ride oneself of anger one must fide the strength in themselves to let go and move on. When one is angry it can increase the animosity one feels towards others or other things, which lends to hate.

Hate is a strong emotion that everyone has experienced in themselves at some point. Hate can drive oneself to extreme actions. Actions upon people or oneself. Hate can result in extreme actions such as violence, murder and…...

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