This is a series of tweets I wrote toward the end of Donald Trump’s GOP Convention Nomination Acceptance Speech I wish to share.
It’s easy to feel fear. It’s natural, it’s human. What you do with that fear helps define you as a person.
You can let fear turn you mean and cruel. Fear can make you close out others in distrust.
I think fear can be used to motivate yourself and inspire others to be better. To help make the world less fearful.
In the face of fear, I like to smile. I own my fear, and don’t let it control me. Smiling breaks fear’s power for me.
I’m not going to fear a Trump presidency. I’m going to do all I can to help others to rise above their fear, grinning the whole way.
No matter what happens, no matter the worst, I’m not going to let that son of a bitch take my smile from me.