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By Morris Shalom   In life sometimes we face fears. These fears might make us weaker or stronger depending on how we take on the challenges. For example, sometimes in school a teacher may ask a question in class but a student might be afraid to answer. The student can face this challenge in two different ways. He can answer the question and take the risk that he might be wrong or he can just stay quiet and play it safe. In the world, everyone needs to take risks. With no risks there is no progress and with no progress, there is no improvement. Even if we take the risk and get the answer wrong, we can always get back on our two feet and restart. If you take enough risks, eventually it’s come naturally. So don’t be afraid of risk, because life is a risk in itself.