What you may not know
There are things about worry that you may not know. If you knew them, you wouldn’t waste precious time worrying. Worry is destructive. Hear what William G. Jordan says: “Worry is the most popular form of suicide. It impairs appetite, spoils digestion, disturbs sleep, irritates disposition, weakens mind, wraps character, saps bodily strength, and stimulates disease. Worry is the real cause of death in thousands of instances where some other disease is named on the death certificate.”
A great writer called Leo Aikman say, “Blessed is the person who is too busy
to worry in the daytime and too sleepy to worry in the night.”
Listen to Onlin Millier: “We probably wouldn’t worry about what other people think of us if we could know how seldom they do.”
Bery Pfizer: If I spent as much time doing the things I worry about getting done as I do worrying about them, I wouldn’t have anything to worry about.”
Corrie ten Boom: “Worry does not empty today of its sorrow; it empties today of its strength.”
What do you say about what these me say? Which other great thought about worry worth remembering do you know? When have you been worried about a situation and in the end you realized that you needn’t have worried at all?
Let’s get into the Hall of History Makers.