Worries,Worries And More Worries


"We all know that worrying is a necessary evil. All of us fall into its trap at one time or the other.But the question is: Does it serve any purpose?"




But still some of us are very fond of worrying....


"Some people bear three kinds of troubles - all they have had, all they have now, and all they expect to have. "


But remember: "What worries you masters you."


Some of us end up so fearful of what “might” happen, that it is difficult for us to do much of anything. Instead of realistically considering negatives and discovering ways to turn them into positives, we fall prey to pessimism and convince ourselves of the worst possible outcomes. It becomes one of those vicious circles. The more we worry, the more negative we become, and the more negative we become, the more we worry.

Now suppose, we try to change our outlook and start saying:


"I throw my all worries to Him because I am His personal concern.."


Then........(Just reflect)

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20 comments:

  1. what a nice post. I am going through something tough right now and I think your post is God-send. I do tend to worry a lot and your message for today seem to be speak to me in volumes. God bless you.

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  2. Thanks Sophiagurl,for your nice and motivating words.I am glad that you have liked my post.I really value your participation.
    My best wishes.

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  3. so the circle begins... without a "Him" to throw them to..worry plunges into its funneling,, twirling,, twisting, dance,,, as it sucks one deeper and deeper into oneself...leaving off,, only,, at the entry to the pit of despair....

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  4. Surjit - truly words to live by. I was a worrier for many years and do slip back into the trap every now and then. I find when I concentrate on what needs to be done and what outcome I am looking for, everything seems to work out. Usually not the exact way I expected it too, but that is ok too...

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  5. Thanks Paisley, for sharing your views in 'poetic' words.I am grateful to for your meaningful participation.
    Best wishes.

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  6. I am glad Beth, that with your experience you have got rid of this 'evil'.Thanks for sharing your practical views.
    Good luck.

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  7. Good Sunday morning Surjit,
    That just made me let go of my worries ! I realize I just worry whe I'm not filling up my life with things I enjoy doing ! I've dedicated too much of my life to sadness and fear... This made me change that thought process a little bit... Thank you.
    *smiles*

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  8. Very lovely post... as always! :-)

    I like the quote... what worries you masters you. It is so true and a very important reminder to me.

    Thanks for this Surjit!

    Warmest wishes,
    Jen

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  9. Hi Surjit,
    This is a very nice post! Thanks

    You are right! Let's remind ourselves not to waste so much time worrying but use it to remind ourselves that we ought to do something positively about it immediately instead.

    "Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow."

    My good wishes.

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  10. Very good morning,Loving Annie.I am glad that you have liked my post.Your kind words are always a source of inspiration for me.Thanks.
    My best wishes.

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  11. Thanks Jennifer, for your nice and motivating words.
    Good luck.

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  12. Beautiful words...."Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow."
    Thanks Sam Chan, for adding and sharing your insightful views.
    my best wishes.

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  13. Yes, Surjit. So true. We often expend so much energy on worrying, we have little energy left for changing and doing.

    I wrote about the "Law of Attraction" today, and I see an interconnection between your post on excessive worry thoughts and the excessive thought-fretting and thought monitoring proposed by "Law of Attraction" teachings.

    I have been noticing interconnective processes of Interbeing all over the 'Net lately, where people are expressing things differently, yet one contains elements of the other.

    I thank you for being here to radiate your inspiring words of illumination, compassion, and wisdom out into the world.

    “Through mindfulness we experience Interbeing, which means everything is in everything else.” Thich Nhat Hanh

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  14. Beautiful words......“Through mindfulness we experience Interbeing, which means everything is in everything else.."
    Thanks Romancing the Crone, for sharing your valuable views.
    Best wishes.

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  15. Surjit, I think about your site often. And, your post the other day concerning worries, touched me very deeply. And, also uncannily appeared there just when I needed to be reminded the most. Thank you ..... you are truly a gift to us all!

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  16. Thanks Moondanzer,for your nice words.I really value your participation.
    My best wishes.

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  17. I think I am a congenital worrier... it's like my constant companion. Worry and I have formed an uncomfortable but stable symbiotic relationship...

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  18. I think you 'worry with awareness' which is less harmful.Thanks for sharing your views.
    Cheers.

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  19. AnonymousMay 28, 2007

    "I throw my all worries to Him because I am His personal concern..

    There is nothing left to speak about this. These lines shows that u r always under shelter, and He is alwyz there to protect u from all ur worries thanks...

    Manpreet Bedi

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  20. Yes I agree with your views....'He is alwyz there to protect u from all ur worries thanks..
    Thanks Manpreet,for sharing your insightful views.Good luck.

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