Ishita and Clay’s second edition of Fear.Less came out yesterday. Inspiration, love, passion, beauty, delivered to you by email for free, once a month, no strings attached.
Read it because you want to be inspired.
Read it because you know, in your heart, that it’s time to lead.
Read it because you know that the voice inside your head, the one that tells you you can’t, is just plain wrong.
Read it because this is what magazines will look like in 10 years (or maybe 5, or maybe 2).
Read it because it helps to be reminded, by conductor Ben Zander, not to look for courage, but to look for love.
Read it because Suzanne Matthiessen is right, we do have a huge amount of control over what we feel.
Read it because it’s motivating to watch Chris Guillebeau live his dream of a different life in which he travels the world and tells stories.
Read it because author Julia Cameron, who has written more than 21 books, speaks from a place of authenticity when she says that she’s come to see fear as a companion.
Read it to because documentary photographer Platon gets right to the heart of the role his own authenticity plays in taking portraits.
Read it because Immaculee Ilibagiza, who hid for 91 days in a bathroom during the Rwandan genocide, has something to teach all of us about fear, faith, and forgiveness.