Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Refuse to Live in The Future

Another counter-productive thought is to worry about what's coming tomorrow. It could easily bogged us down as getting stuck with the past. May be it's a dental appointment or an important presentation at work. May be it's anticipating a doctor's call over the results of a medical test. Perhaps it's fear of the uncertain economic situation, retirement or the end of a relationship.

Today's stress could even include something that is considered positive such as preparing for a vacation, a possible promotion, working long hours now for a payoff later. But understand that your body was designed to handle one day at a time. Worrying acts like a magnifying glass-everything starts to look bigger than it really is. Putting tomorrow in God's hands and doing what you can today is the best way to wipe out worry.

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