It would be reasonable to fear something that causes one to suffer, but since emptiness completely eradicates all suffering, why should one fear it? There is nothing to be afraid of. . . . Since there is no self, who is there to be afraid? Fear does not make sense. Therefore we should cast away our faint heartedness and be quick to meditate on emptiness.

— Mipham Rinpoche

Mipham Rinpoche (麦彭仁波切) 19.