Worry


Worrying About Longevity?

Posted on July 7th, by Albert in Anxiety, Fear, Uncategorized, Worry. No Comments

“You can dedicate a decade of anxious thoughts to the brevity of life and not extend it by one minute. Worry accomplishes nothing.” – Max Lucado from “Fearless”



Worry It Into Existence

Posted on February 28th, by Albert in Feelings, Happiness, Visualizing, Worry. No Comments

“I’m sure you’ve been exposed to the idea that to create something in your life you must visualize it first. Worry is the negative application of this same principal. A worrier is vividly picturing in the mind the undesirable condition they are worrying about. To make things worse, feeling is being added to it making it even more powerful. Heed this warning to avoid accidentally using universal laws to get what you don’t want. Don’t worry, Be Happy!” Albert


Don’t Hold Your Breath

Posted on September 6th, by Albert in Flow, Giving, Money, Worry. No Comments

Think about money the same way you think about breathing. You don’t worry about your next breath, you just breathe in and out, you let it flow, there’s always enough. You can’t hoard the air, try to hang on to it, or hold your breath and not let any out. Money is simply life energy, let it circulate, let it flow, you’ve always managed to have enough, just relax and take a deep breath. When you finally take your very last breath, you’ll no longer have a need for money either. – Albert


The Beast Approach

Posted on May 29th, by Albert in Fear, Pain, Worry. No Comments

“Beasts avoid the dangers which they see, and when they have escaped them are free from care; but we men torment ourselves over that which is to come as well as over that which is past. Many of our blessings bring bane to us; for memory recalls the tortures of fear, while foresight anticipates them. The present alone can make no man wretched.” from “Letters from a Stoic” by Seneca A.D. 47


Give Yourself Away

Posted on April 17th, by Albert in Giving, Peacefulness, Worry. No Comments

“The most peaceful people I know have given themselves away… On the other hand, the most miserable people I have known have been self-focused. They worry about getting their share; they evaluate everyone’s acts in terms of how they themselves are affected.” by David K. Reynolds from Constructive Living