A Conversation for Worry

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The word "worry" comes from the Anglo-Saxon word "Weirgang" which means literally "to choke" or "to strangle". That is exactly the effect worrying has on our ability to think clearly, making it doubly difficult to resolve any problem we are currently worrying about.

Worrying about something makes that something more difficult to deal with, and therefore has no positive value for us at all. So our Jamaican friends really have the right idea, as you said in your entry.

"Why worry, be happy" and the solution will come!

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