A mind focused fully on others cannot feel fear.
For example, to ‘interrupt’ references your self as the cause for rupture, which is a kind of destruction.
However, to ‘intervene’ references yourself as the champion for a greater good outside of you.
Both words offer the same action, but with differing implications on how you feel because of the context they each create.
The first implicates the self, the second not.
The first activates fear, the second not.
Be mindful of the contexts you create.
Choose intentions that liberate your love and power.