When you are asked as a little kid "What are you scared of?" Most kids answer "Spiders, the dark, ghosts, the boogey man, clowns," etc. As you get older and learn that spiders are more scared of us, the boogey man is not real and clowns are just people in make-up, those answers change to more...realistic answers.
When adults are asked "What scares you?," sometimes they answer "nothing." Or "I'm not a kid anymore, what is there to be scared of?" But most likely, everyone who answers that they are scared of nothing, is probably scared of something bigger.
I can list probably five things that scare me. But the biggest thing I am scared of?
"If it scares you, it might be a good thing..."