Do you worry about being worried?

17 April 2020

This is indeed a worrisome time, a time worthy of worry.

But what do we worry about most? Yes, things we cannot change. And things that never happen, no matter how much we worry them to bits.

Sit back, switch off your webcam, and zoom into the movie of your past week:

  • What had you worried or concerned, but never happened?
  • Why were you worried or concerned?
  • Was it something you could control (in your power) or were you truly helpless (a pawn)?
  • Did it trigger guilt or fear? Or both?

Action for next week: Don’t worry about being worried. Worry just is. Let it go.

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