No time for worry! That is exactly what Winston Churchill said when he was working eighteen hours a day at the height of the war.
When he was asked if he worried about his tremendous responsibilities, he said: “I’m too busy. I have no time for worry.”
How many of us keep worrying about many things in our life and spend most of our time in a day, weeks, and sometimes months
– What will happen in my life in the future?
– What will happen to my job?
– What will happen to the family?
– What will happen after 5 years?
– How will I lead my life?
– What will happen to my life, if I don’t have Finance?
– I am alone my husband/wife left me?
– I am alone not married?
– I am not having a job?
Famous Scientist Louis Pasteur found peace in his laboratories.
What is your peace-keeping action?
One of the most practical pieces of advice given by Psychologists is one has to keep himself/herself busy with something.
When you get involved in doing something you are physically and mentally involved.
When I was in hospital lying on the bed paralyzed from the waist below. The doctor said one day “ You need to start working and keep busy”.
This strategy of mine helped me take up a job immediately after I came out of hospital after two years.
I became highly successful in 2-3 years in the job despite being in a wheelchair. Soon I was recognized by my organization with the Extraordinary Contributor Award.
I became manager to the group of 7-8 people who were reporting to me.
Similarly, it is in our choice what we want to do at present.
Certain things may not be in our control.
Eg: Pandemic happening right now
What decision you are going to take now is important.
If you ask me I would say “ Lose yourself in action so that you have no time to worry”.
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