That’s the thought that goes through the mind of the person who is about to throw caution to the wind, and do the thing that they’re afraid of doing.
It’s the idea of the person who has decided that the pain of not doing something is stronger than the trepidation that has their actions under arrest.
It’s the words of the person who has decided that what other people think about them is not as important as how they feel about themselves.
These are the words of the individual who has chosen their own happiness over appeasing other people.
It’s the response of the person who is tired of hearing about what might go wrong, and is more focused on what happens if it goes right.