worry verb wor·ry \ˈwər-ē, ˈwə-rē\
: to think about problems or fears : to feel or show fear and concern because you think that something bad has happened or could happen
: to make (someone) anxious or upset : to cause (someone) to worry
: (of a dog or other carnivorous animal) tear at, gnaw on, or drag around with the teeth.
What are you so worried about? Sitting there, with all of your concerns whirling in your head, you have to wonder if all that worrying is actually resolving your issues. Did I turn off the stove? Did I mail the rent check? Will I be alive in five years? Does anyone at work like me? You are still sitting there worried about what may happen tomorrow, what are not realizing is that you are taking away your today.
What are you doing today so that tomorrow goes smoothly? It is insane to think that you expect tomorrow to go on without a ripple and you are shredding up today. Planning, plotting and putting steps in place to make ensure better turnouts for the future are part of removing worry from you vocabulary and your state of mind.
Sitting there, ringing your hands – it has yet to be proven to stop wars and end world hunger. It gnaws at you, like a dog gnaws on a bone, wearing away your calm, your precious energy. It won’t be long before panic sets in and your center is pushed into chaos. Sitting in a pile of worry is like sitting in a car full of gas but with no tires, you are going nowhere. Do something, plant seeds today for a full bloom tomorrow.
Getting excited about what can go right! Worrying is a misuse of your imagination, and yes things can go wrong. That is a part of life. If you have prepared yourself for the worse then you have done your best and fate has its own part to play. We already spoke about fate and destiny, what you do with your fate is your destiny (fate&destiny 7/06/15). Relish in the efforts you have made to make your plans fall in place and don’t stop planning, don’t stop shielding yourself. Just don’t shelter yourself under the leaky roof of worry. Big Hug!