We were prodded by unreasonable fears or anxieties into making a life business of winning fame, money, and what we thought was leadership. So false pride became the reverse side of that ruinous coin marked "Fear." We simply had to be Number One people to cover up our deep-lying inferiorities. As Bill Sees It, p. 46
Thought to Ponder . . . Situations I fear are rarely as bad as the fear itself.
F E A R = False Expectations Appearing Real.