Worrying

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“Worrying does not accomplish anything.
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Even if you worry twenty times more, it will not change the situation of the world.
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In fact, your anxiety will only make things worse.
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Even though things are not as we would like, we can still be content, knowing we are trying our best and will continue to do so.
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If we don’t know how to breathe, smile,and live every moment of our life deeply, we will never be able to help anyone.
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I am happy in the present moment.
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I do not ask for anything else.
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I do not expect any additional happiness or conditions that will bring about more happiness.
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The most important practice is aimlessness, not running after things, not grasping.”
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– Thich Nhat Hanh
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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Laurie Schuler on August 4, 2017 at 8:08 pm

    This makes complete sense. I like it!

  2. It does, so simple, so true

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