First of all: Good post Solipsist.
Now, king Arthur was not specific enough when he was talking about fears. We define fear waaay to broad and words make reality seem waaay to linear. Yep.
Now, what is fear? It's fear when anxiety overcomes one in conversation, talking to a beautifull boy or girl. It's fear when you are pushed of the building and looking at the pavement coming at you those last seconds. And then there is fear for losing your loved ones.
These are very different. Very. Actually all are different. If u fear public speaking today, then the fear you feel tomorrow will be different. In reality, things aren't so lineair and convenient as in language. It's fluent and scaled. Words are in a different language than reality.
So let's not try to focus on such seemingly paradoxical bullshize, aight?
Uhm I'm straying a bit here. So yes, you have your info twisted. Uhm but I think you don't need to feel fear in order to love, but often it is a by-product. Eliminate the by-product and you might end up eliminating your love.
no need to think about it, you'll never figure it out or you'll fool yourself into thinking that your right but your actually wrong. sojustdowhateverthefukfeelsinspiredtodo. sorry for off topic garbage.