Monday, 31 October 2011

Tackling worry and problems

All the problems you face today 
are going to go away, 
unless you worry them to stay.

Problems like worry. 
Worry is a magnet for them. 
If you just "let it be," 
the current worrisome condition 
will not even be part of your life 
a short time from now.

If you worry enough about it, however, 
you can be sure that it will stick around. 
So, just do your best around all this...
then turn it over to God. Yes?

What a brilliant quote! We can choose how to handle our problems - either worry about them or do our best and leave the rest to God. :) 

The latter part reflects the saying from the Bhagavad Gita, about doership. Krishna says that man has the right only to action, and not the results thereof. God alone is the doer. If we have this thought and perform our tasks, we will certainly not be worried about the results of our actions. God knows the best possible result for every action we do. He takes responsibility if we thus surrender to Him.

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