Post Written By Eugene Morgan
Worry does not take away tomorrow’s troubles. It takes away today’s peace. — Unknown
Worrying is anticipating what we think is going to happen. However, when we look back on what we think is going to happen never happened. Worrying doesn’t control a situation that we don’t have control over. Worrying is useless because it’s based on what ifs and not on facts. Worrying is really a secondary gain because it distracts us from doing the things we have control over. Those things we do can decrease some of our trepidations. Peace of the mind is vacant when the mind is full of doubts. It’s no use trying to live in the future when we’re in the present. A peaceful mind deals better with life difficulties because a mind at peace let go of things. Let us stop using our imagination in that way instead use our imagination to create today’s peace.
Worry does not take away tomorrow’s troubles. It takes away today’s peace. — Unknown Click To Tweet