Why worry?

worry

I enjoyed the academic work of Mark Twain more than most authors for various reasons associated with his depth of expression. The tour bus in 2012 I took in San Francisco, California stirred my interest about this great writer and his work. One remarkable work of his pointed to worry. He was attributed with these words, “I have worried about a lot of things in life, and the most of them never happened.” Isn’t that true of our lives? Most times we get worried over things that will never happened. Worry has been quoted to take away today’s blessing and rob us of tomorrows peace.

Staying calm in total peace knowing very well this present storm will pass like others is the hallmark of a great champion.  Let’s relax and know that worry doesn’t help.

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