One of the most features about worrying is that it destroys our ability to concentrate. When we worry our minds jump here and there and everywhere. We lose all power of decision.
Analyze the situation fearlessly and honestly. And think what the worst that could happen.
After figuring out what is the worst thing could happen. Accept it.
When we force ourselves to face the worst thing and accept it mentally, we then eliminate all those imaginings and put ourselves in a position which we can concentrate on our problem.
Psychologically it means a release of energy when we have accepted the worst. We have nothing to lose.
From that time on, devote your time and energy trying to improve upon the worst which you already accepted mentally.
The reason this method is wonderful is that when we feel worried we tend to exaggerate the problem. But when we accept the worst we will feel free, and we can try to solve that problem calmly.
Don’t worry for tomorrow
The best way to prepare for tomorrow is to concentrate all your intelligence, all your enthusiasm for doing today’s work superbly.
“Take no thought for tomorrow: “Said, Jesus. It means”Have no anxiety for tomorrow”. Of course, you have to take thought, planning and preparation for the tomorrow, but have no anxiety.
Many people make mistake by living under the crushing burden of accumulated yesterdays and fearful tomorrows.
500 years B.C the Greek philosopher Heraclius told his students that “everything changes, you cannot step the same river twice “.
The river changes every second and so does the person who stepped in.
Life is a constant change, the only certainty is today.
Why should we ruin the beauty of living today by trying to solve the problems of a future that is covered in ceaseless change and uncertainty? A future that no one can predict with certainty?