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Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy - Leo Buscaglia

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Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy - Leo Buscaglia

Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy - Leo Buscaglia

 

Humans have the power to imagine what they want in their future, and that power of imagination contributes to bringing the things you want, into reality. On the flip side, the same is true when you worry.



Worrying is something, most people would rather do without. However, it almost seems hardwired into the human system. It is a negative form of imagination, that can drive people into anxiety, and even depression. Worry makes any situation worse, not better.



Worry has a way of taking the joy out of the present moment. When you worry about things or events, you see them unfold in a negative way. You fret about what might happen tomorrow, yet tomorrow has not yet come.



During those anxious moments, when you are buried deep in thoughts, wondering what the future holds, you miss to enjoy some of the best things that life has to offer, right here and now.



While you can fret and sigh as much as you want, there are things you may not be able to change. You can worry about whether it will rain tomorrow, but you do not have the power to control nature. Worrying about things you have no control over, is a way of giving small issues a big shadow.



A lot of time can be spent fretting about something, only to realize, that what was giving you sleepless nights, was an issue that just needed time to get resolved. In essence, your anxiousness took time out of your day, that was better spent enjoying life.



Statistics show, that less than ten percent of the things people worry about, have any merit. So, rather than allowing anxiety to take over your life, follow the motto laid out by Reinhold Niebuhr, "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference".

 

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