Friday, January 23

From My Reading

A couple of interesting quotes I have read in the last couple of weeks.
         "You're worried about something that may or may not happen six years from now?"
         "Do you think that's a good use of your emotional energy?"
         "No. But on the other hand, it's the whole Boy Scout thing about how you should always be prepared. If you anticipate what things might go wrong, you can take steps to avoid it."
         "You have to stop worrying. Worrying gives you the false impression you have control over things. You don't. You don't know what the future brings. Anything could happen."
~Theresa Alan, Getting Married
    I think I have always had the misguided sense that worry and fear serve as an insurance policy of sorts. On a subconscious level, I subscribe to the notion that if you worry about something, it is somehow less likely to happen. Well, I am here to say that it doesn't work like that. The very thing you fear the most can still happen anyway. And when it does, you feel that much more cheated for having feared it in the first place.
~Emily Giffin, Baby Proof

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