Don't Worry, Be Happy...Revisited


Blame it on Halloween festivities…or on the Giants winning the World Series (yippeeee!)…or on the full moon…or whatever, this newsletter is a day late and a repeat of a previous message. Quite frankly, I’ve given myself permission to be a slacker this week, and you know what? If feels gooood. So like the message says, don’t worry, be happy!

And a spooktacular Halloween to y’all!

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From Over There:
"The act of worry conveys a lack of trust - lack of trust in another's abilities. Faith is the opposite of worry. Faith in another's abilities or in their environment is a much more peaceful and supportive action. To worry consistently about another who is highly capable tells them that you do not trust in their ability to make the right choice - or correct a wrong one.

There are times when the actions of another cause much worry and stress due to their lack of competence, but even at these times it is wise to find a greater solution than worry. To be able to let go and allow them to find their own way, or to help them find the support they need means also letting go of the need to control - control that you never had in the first place - and allowing for the other individual the opportunity to grow through choice and consequence.

Constant worrying does not make you a more loving and concerned individual, it creates much anxiety for all concerned and in the end does not offer feelings of support. Having faith in another's ability and wisdom gives a greater sense of love and support - and you a greater sense of peace." 

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