According to the meteorologists and all the other weather SME’s (Subject Matter Experts); a massive thunderstorm (with anywhere from golf ball to baseball-sized hail) was going to make its way into north Texas by the early afternoon. Naturally, I tried to plan for the apocalyptic end of the world as best as I could (via toting an umbrella) once I heard the news. Of course today turned out to be a sunny, 92 degree day devoid of precipitation. A thought rang in my head like the cacophonous sound of an exasperating alarm clock at 5 in the morning.
How often do we allow ourselves to fret over things that we shouldn’t?
“Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and celebrate the journey!” – Barbara Hoffman
Let’s try our best not to sweat the small stuff or become frazzled by things we cannot control. Life never works out in the exact manner that we may hope, dream, or imagine.
Benjamin Franklin stated “Do not anticipate trouble or worry about what may never happen. Keep in the sunlight.”
Worry can become an arduous burden that can crush an individual. Don’t allow worry to steal away today’s joy!
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