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QUOTE = Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow,
it only saps today of its joy ===
Then why worries when it's of no use ?

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Asked by commonsense, 09 Mar '10 01:24 am
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No. There's use for it. Today you did an action and worried about it. Nothing can change as mostly what is done can't be undone. But that doesn't mean that stop worrying at all for anything. Worrying for the consequences of the actions we do make us well prepared and remind us not to repeat the mistakes in future. This is how we correct ourselves and learn from mistakes. If it weren't the case then what's the difference between humans and animals? even animals do their actions but it is human who repent for their deeds and seek solution from their own mistakes.
Answered by SK. Abdul Mohammed Jafar Sadik Basha, 09 Mar '10 01:41 am

 
  
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Ever since human has learned the art of Management with it unknowingly it has also learned the new ways to worry for tomorrow (Future). Management teached us how to do forecasting, how to master the skills in forsight, vision and future prediction based on information in hand and we human are smart enough to apply the same techniques in our life , we invited unnecessary trouble called "NET PRESENT WORRIES" like NPV (Net present value of money (Financial term). We started addressing those problems which are probabilities or contingent in nature in our present times and that has ruined our present instead of enjoying what is in our hands we worry what should be in our hands tommorrow and in future and how to secure our future.

You will see many side effects of those invited troubles such as.. depression,dysfunction,tired, restlessness , loneliness, anxiety, chronic stress,Obesity ,Autoimmune diseases etc etc.....

Our mind need to be taught that way, we are folloded with insuran ...more
Answered by Mohammed asim nehal, 09 Mar '10 02:25 pm

 
  
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"The purpose of life is to be happy", said the Dalai Lama. Fear and worry do nothing to enhance our happiness. But if we trust that everything will be okay, regardless what's going on right now, we will be on the right track, and we will create the life of fulfillment we deserve.

but we have no control over our thoughts. They seem to control us.
We are the ones who create the fear. No one else does. We are the ones who invite these thoughts into our minds. We punish ourselves and make ourselves sick by letting these thoughts take over.
What we focus on becomes our reality. By imagining the worst and living in fear, we only punish ourselves. We put ourselves under constant stress.When you begin to choose thoughts that are more encouraging, you will automatically put the worries out of your mind, as you will focus on positive change.
Worry is the mental counterpart of anxiety, although worry often includes angry thoughts and images. That is to say, we worry about things we fear may ...more
Answered by parul advani, 09 Mar '10 02:59 am

 
  
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