Philosopher, poet and author Desh Subba finds most people are fearful. After she decided to help humanity ease their fear, Subba shares the “Philosophy of Fearism” (published by Xlibris AU) in an attempt to theorize fear that is applicable to both distinct and general philosophical purposes.
The first to coin the word, ‘fearism’, Subba imparts a study that deeply examines what is fear, its manifestation in humans and the ways how man can minimize it. A dictionary definition refers to fear as a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain and many more, whether the threat is real or imagined. As it is, Subba asserts that man is bombarded by fear everyday with news of war, epidemic and violence.
“The missing Malaysian airline, civil war in Iraq and Afghanistan, spreading of new viruses and economic crises are happening everyday in the present world. It horrifies people,” Subba declares. “They want to escape from this fear. Fearism works as medicine for them.”
Working on the premise that fear is the most important consciousness in life; Subba uses the concept of fearism as a therapy for everyone who wants to get rid of fear in different names like business, work and prestige