Worry is a state of mind triggered by any external factor like stress at work(overtime with secretary), lack of finance to satiate your minimum(endless, that is) needs, stress at home(implies from stress at work), your kid scoring 94%(which is 1%less than your colleague’s kid), putting on weight, etcetera, oops, on a serious note, drive to outdo everyone and not being able to achieve the target, stiff competition, pressure from peers, meddling with relationships etc., which is followed by hypertension, lack of confidence, anxiety in the happiest conditions, feeling of loneliness, harsh demeanor and making us appear miserable.
Now as anyone would say, who likes to worry?
But however hard you try, can you avoid worrying?
If it’s not your girlfriend or boyfriend, your career causes anxiety and vice versa. In worst cases, both the conditions haunt together.
If it’s not your boss in the office, it’s your parents who think that you know nothing of life and you must take every step holding their index finger like a toddler and vice versa. Worst case condition applies here too.
Ab jaye to jayen kahan? The condition reminds me of Dhobi Ka Kutta!
Know, research proves little worrying is good but in disproportionate amount is injurious! So all we can do is, if not able to filter it completely, at least bring it down to that non-injurious level!
I read this in a book ‘Who Moved My Cheese”,
The quicker you let go of the old cheese, the sooner you can enjoy the new cheese.
Now if our mood was cheese, quicker we let go of the worries, doubts and fear, sooner we’ll be able to relish a new life glistened by joy!Nahi?
Ever stood in front of the mirror and smiled to yourself when you were actually feeling like a dead duck in the drain!
I have. And trust me, nothing can make you feel better. All the vexation vanishes in thin air as if it was never there.
Such is the power of a smile. So smile guys, smile coz Jaunty loves to see you smile! :)
Worrying was never my sport.
Melancholy n I never shared a good rapport.
I kicked it, punched it, dribbled my way,
If ever it found its way
Into my life, which was pretty OK.
Then one day, it sneaked through the back-door.
The smashing of windows made me aware
Of the intruder who had found its way.
I could fight it anyhow but there was something more
It blackmailed me, strangled my loved ones and seeked entry in my core.
My lares and penates had been knocked sky-high.
With worry, I could do nothing but try.
Time went on and my worries multiplied henceforth.
There was nothing and noone around and all this I loathed.
Troubles grow bigger if you nurse them.
So why not taint them!
I sharpened my tool and glossed it more.
So it pricks it right into its core.
And gave my best smile every time it attacked mine.
The dual would not cease,
Until one day tired and defeated, it left me pleased.
And I knew my smile had the power
If not to woo an urchin,
Then it’s enough to save happiness for a lifetime.
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