That is my take on "fear" as well Cardinal.
Arct, the first thing I would do is get the heck out of there fast.
I know you were just jokin (at least partially
While it does seem a little scary, as I've never really had to deal with these things before, it sure wouldn't be a very good witness of my faith, nor a very good witness to my fiancee of my faith in Jesus Christ - in fact I do believe that packing up and leaving would make my "witnessing of Christ" to my fiancee appear to be merely words. Besides, if anyone should be really scared, it should be her, she's the one who saw "a man", and she hasn't even brought up "moving", I think this is because the eskimos are brought up in a way that acknowledges the "spirit world's" existence and so they are not nearly as frightened by it as people in the mainstream american culture, where the "spirit world" is thought of as a good plot for a movie, a fairy tale and nothing else, and thus when they do encounter it they are not only very scared, but their whole "reality" of how things are, gets destroyed.