Something that keeps driving us forward is the way we seem to care about a thing. We never want to overstep because it could mean something bad if it happens too fast or in the opposite way you had hoped everything will play out.
There is this little voice in our heads saying that whatever we do will have a significant say in what will happen in our lives, good or bad. Of course, it could be the case but how many times does it actually happen? Even though we always seem to be able to tell ourselves that we only have one chance there is only a select moment that cannot be re-done better and in the correct way. Just because you mess up it does not mean that your life just falls into pieces, rather, you learn and know what you are doing wrong.
At times it takes more than making that same mistake once to understand what you are doing wrong and that you should not be doing it. Sometimes it takes more time to learn than other times.
I am not writing this because I am fearless but because I might be one of the people who is most affected by caring too much.
Just because you believe that you are someone who does not care does not make you one. I learned that the hard way. No matter how little or how big the deed is I find myself paralyzed at times, unable to make a move even though I know that it is when I take that loop that the best things happen in my life. I am well aware that the best things happen outside of your comfort zone yet I find myself in a minor heart attack every time I take a leap because I care way too much.
The reason I write this for you is that not only do I want to better myself, careless and live more I want you to learn from my experiences because they are the only things I am an expert on. This is just me telling you that the world will not end because you sign up for something that may potentially fail. Whatever you may do might better you and your life, no matter what it is. And if it does not better your life you can always get up, brush the dirt off of yourself and start again because you are stronger than you think.