Fear is like an army scout that sees enemy troops approaching, yet it alone can not fight, and whose only job is to warn of what it sees.

Fear is like a fire alarm bell, it is capable of making big noises, but when you take it all apart, there's nothing inside, just parts and an empty core.

Expecting to get rid of fear is like asking a mother to give up her child, a child that is to be nurtured and listened to. And the fear that goes unheard, increases pressure to be heard. So, acknowledging fear has value. 

It is wise to take action after recognizing any fears about the situation.