I fear that American society will continue to degrade as individuals isolate themselves by the convenience of high-tech; so I will encourage everyone to participate in as many social activities as possible.
I doubt that the United States will regain the global respect it has lost since the Iraq war; but I am still proud to be an American.
I fear that the United States will never regain the global respect it had before the Iraq war; so I encourage everyone to be good U.S. ambassadors.
I doubt that I will be remembered 60 years from now; yet I’m okay with that.
I fear that what I am able to give to my children is less than what my parents were able to give to me; so I continue to work as hard as I can, for them.
I doubt that I will accomplish half of what I want to accomplish; but I will keep trying anyway.
I fear that I won’t remember my wife’s name on my deathbed; so I call her by name every single day.
I doubt that we are alone in the universe; and I hope I’m alive when we make contact.
I fear that my belief in God is all for naught; but I will pray to Him anyway.