8 Reasons why we should not worry
So, folks please think if you also get stressed due to such trivial issues. Let me tell you if you do so, you are making your life miserable. I'm giving you 8 reasons why we should not worry.
- Constant stress and worries cause creases and wrinkles on our faces so as soon as we feel worried or stressed, we should just think of how we are inviting our old age.
- According to Buddha, 'We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.' This wonderful quote refers to how we can transform our lives entirely just by changing our thoughts. We should always remember that worries and stress lever ever let us feel at ease.
- Have you ever noticed how our gadgets become slow when their memory usage is heavy? The same happens with our minds as well. Our efficiency slows down if our mind is filled with clutter of worries.
- People often get worried due to criticism. It's futile to think why people think bad about us. So, if we feel worried on account of criticism then we should go through a wonderful quote, 'Remember that unjust criticism is often a disguised complement. Remember that no one ever kicks a dead dog.'
- People who stress out for each and every thing, are not able to enjoy their present. Their thoughts are buried either in their gloomy past or unknown future. They stress out due to trivial issues which deprive them of happiness. Milton elaborates, 'The mind is its own place, and in itself, Can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.'
- Nobody wishes to befriend with someone who is stressed and worried all the time, so such people remain aloof in their lives.Their miserable tales trouble people as no one yearns to listen to them.
- When worried, we can see the people who are in more distressful situations. This is all about our perception. Glass is half full or half empty.
- If failures make us worried then we should not forget that these set our pathways to success. Hence failures should not be considered as the cause of our worries.