it’s not: i jumped in, and it was cold. no. it was cold, and i jumped in. always arrange a sentence so you appear to be fearless, when in fact you are far less than fearless–you are clueless. -jarod kintz
some hear the word fearless and assume it means that the one being described as such is very brave or does not fear anything, hence the fear-less. but they truly do not know what they are talking about when it comes to fear. to be fearless is to know that what you’re doing is dangerous or hard or even just generally scary-and choosing to do the thing in spite of that.