Disappear Fear Day 2022
Invite your friends, family or colleagues to join you in celebrating International Disappear Fear Day, or take part with your school or kindergarten class, youth group, team... anyone interested in imagining a world without fear. Download our flyers below to share via email, on bulletin boards or as a handout to your students. (We have tried to keep the language simple for easy reading or listening comprehension or German classes.)
Ladet Euren Freundeskreis, eure Familie oder eure Kolleginnen und Kollegen ein, mit euch zusammen den International Disappear Fear Day zu feiern. Ihr könnt auch mit eurer Klasse, Kindergarten- oder Jugendgruppe, eurem Verein usw. teilnehmen - mit allen, die daran interessiert sind, sich eine Welt ohne Angst vorzustellen. Ladet dazu einfach unsere Flyer herunter und teilt sie per Email, als Aushang oder als Arbeitsblatt für eure Klasse. (Wir haben versucht, die Sprache möglichst einfach zu halten, um das Verständnis beim vorlesen, selbst lesen oder im Englischunterricht zu erleichtern.)
Disappear Fear Day 2021
The Collected Creative Works of
The Disappear Fear Family
A Concert by SONiA & CiNDY
(with thanks to Terry)
Painting by Cindy
Projects by Mrs. Heinert's class from Hof, Germany
Text, Image & Instrumental by Omar
Drawing by Lea
Comic by Milena
Drawing and Text by Kaan
Painting by Mediha
Fear is Not Funny - comic by Emirhan
Drawing and Text by Kosovare
Drawing / Collage by Julius
Drawing by Diana
Drawing by Aleksandra
Drawing by David
Drawing by Anton
On Phobophobia, by Alessio
Text by Anna-Lena
Crossword Puzzle by Vadim
On Amaxophobia, by Tom
Text by Pascal
Project – Fear
Fear is the word we use to describe our emotional reaction to something that seems dangerous. But also, if a person is afraid of something or someone. People fear things or situations that make them feel unsafe or unsure. For example, I’m afraid of bad people, people who commit crime or are brutal. I hate does kind of people and I’m afraid of them.
The fear of the own future
Nearly everyone is afraid of his own future because nobody can tell how your future life looks in ten or twenty years. Even if you plan your life no one can assure you that it all happens like its planned.
What can I do to stop this fear?
First of all, we have to look what you afraid the most:
Is it financial
Is it you career prospects
Is it your health
If you are afraid of your health you should simply try to life healthier. Eat healthy, don’t do drugs, make things (like sport) where the risk isn’t high to get injured. The risk is still there that you can get ill or have a short life but you will definitely feel better and healthier.
If you are afraid of you career prospects you should learn to plan things and always have a plan b in your pocket. You have to look what suits you the most. But you also have to think of the long game. You want a comfortable life and for that you want to earn good money from the things you do. Make sure you take the right job for your life that make you happy and gives you a comfortable live.
Many people are afraid of having financial issues because you need money to survive in this world. Without money you can’t do anything. You cannot participate in social life. To make sure that you are not going to run in financial problems you can safe some money. But you also can invest it safely in for example precious metals. You can take about 10% - 15% of your capital and invest it in that kind of metals. Its like your saving your money but there is a chance that the value can increase.
What would I do if I wouldn’t have that fear for one day?
First of all, I wouldn’t go to school because I’m not afraid what happens in the future. I wouldn’t be as economical as usual. I simple would life more expensive and wouldn’t think about the future. Maybe I will go on a road trip and have a good time.
Projects by Mrs. Rummel's class from Hof, Germany
1 - Diary Entries
by Pascal, Ebru, Burhan & Akin
2 - Disappear Fear Festival
by Yannik, Laurin & Dominik
3 - A World Without Fear: Watch video to solve crossword puzzle
by Miriam, Adrian & Kristian
4 - Beatbox Freestyle by Florian
5 - When Fear Has Disappeared
by Mrs. Rummel
Wunderbox ("wonder box") by Paul
(with thanks to Paul's mom and Elke Rost)
Painting by Horst Ortmann
(with thanks to Elke Rost + FolkClub Isaar)
Drawings by Adrian and Emelie
(with thanks to Conny Prinz / Buchhandlung Markus Idstein)
American Sign Language video by
Mrs. Littman's class
Drawings by Mrs. Littman's class
Collage and Haiku by Marcia Slosser
If I weren’t afraid
I’d get into an airplane
And then I’d jump out
I’d have a nice ‘chute
The ride down would be gentle
I won’t break my legs.
President Bush had
Done it at seventy-five
He disappeared fear.
Drawings by Ms Nancy's class
If I wasn’t afraid, I could go ice skating.
If I wasn’t afraid I would ride my bike.
If I wasn’t afraid I would learn to swim.
Haiku by Lisa Hayes
The warm rays of love
Can reach deep into our hearts
To disappear fear
If I had no fear
I'd grab a little gecko
And hold him quite near!
World Disappear Fear Day (February 18) is a global annual event that encourages people to build a better world by confronting their fears through art by answering the question, "What Would YOU do today if you weren't afraid?"
World Disappear Fear Day returns on February 18, 2022.
Want too take part as an individual, for your child, as a teacher with your class (all ages), with your friends, with a group in your community? Want to learn more about World Disappear Fear Day?
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