The only way to influence the world you live in, is to influence your own thought processes. Thoughts become perceptions, and perceptions form your reality – good or bad.
Let’s get back to a definition of worry: It is a mind game – an imagined fear of something in the future. The wise old Mark Twain said: “I’ve known of a great many worries but none of them ever happened.”
An old philosopher was recently asked what he learned from all his wisdom practices. His answer was:
I have learnt not to believe everything I think…