“Worrying is like paying interest on a loan that may never come due.”
Today’s Frequently Asked Friday (FAF) attempts to grapple the all-to-common problem over chronic worrying.
It makes sense to worry, right? Pick your topic; government, climate, work, the economy, family, friends, etc. The list of valid things to worry about is endless.
The reality though is worrying about things we can’t control or influence is a waste of precious time and valuable energy. Further, it’s bad for one’s health. Too much worrying and we’ll head to an early grave.
Rephrasing a classic Plato quote MG offers this: “There are two things you should never worry about, those things you can help and those things you cannot help.”
Finally, MG suggests a simple hack to thwart the worry habit for good by using each worry thought as a trigger to develop the gratitude habit!
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