We like to worry about things too much. We worry about events and actions to take in the future that we cannot yet act upon.
We worry about things we did or didn’t do in the past that can no longer be addressed.
It is not mandatory for us to worry, yet we entitle worry with ample space in our minds to wander about.
We even worry for other people and the actions they may or may not take.
When worrying accomplishes very little for us, why do we still engage in doing so?
Act with preparedness and wisdom when you are able to act. Let go of the past actions that you have made within your highest capacity at that time. Learn and go.
Live to focus in the present for your purpose in life. Let others do all the worrying.
“Worrying is like paying a debt that you don’t owe.” — Mark Twain —