"Fear is everywhere. It is all-pervasive. Slowly, deliberately, it seeps into our physical, emotional and spiritual fibers. To paraphrase Emerson, fear is a circle whose circumference is everywhere, and whose center is nowhere. Fear is a force; fear is an illness. It can alter the destiny of those who, by concession to this fear, distort their behavior in response to it. It can play havoc with careers, social attainments, the relationship between husband and wife, and the relationship between parent and child, and between employer and employee."
Good Reading Rack Service, 1956