matter closely. Do we really have problems or worrying has become our nature? If we try to pick up the real worries, then we will come to know that not even a single worry is a genuine one. Ninety-nine out of hundred worries are solved before they come to us.
In reality, we face some sparse situations that worry us – which come from our home and at that time, we do not have the strength to deal with it. Try to think over it – where does all the ability to fight goes off ? Even a small problem baffles us and renders us helpless.
By nurturing unwanted worries, we loose the inner power to fight even the smallest of problems and difficulties. If we stop worrying over the ninety-nine unwanted worries, then we have all the strength to fight the most complicated problems of the world. A person who does not keep all those unwanted worries about the future has the power of fighting and solving problems, through and he can face the most difficult of circumstances.
Always remember one law of nature, that is – Nature first gives a person the power to bear the pain and after that only, the man has to face the pains. So, the man is capable of facing the sorrows first and then only, sorrows come.
If we open our eyes and look around, we could see people on whom sudden physical and mental pains have come. And even after looking at the person and his nature and capabilities, we can’t even imagine whether the person will be able to bear the pain or not. But at the end, he is actually able to face the problems with ease.
This is so because when problems are faced in reality, nature provides the strength to every person to fight with the problems in advance. But ninety-nine of our worries are imaginary and incidental, which are not at all real. And facing such kind of problems is what one has to do on his own; nature never gives that kind of strength to face problems created by us. All our worries are the result of our imagination. And that is why, we have to face them on our own.
Now, there is just one way in which one can tackle with this situation, i.e, we should stop these kind of worries. It is our habit. Suppose, we have one problem which has still to rise in Delhi and will take 2 years to reach Mumbai and the possibility of it reaching Mumbai is just 10 %, but we start worrying for that problem from this moment itself.
They can live and spend the next two years just in worries, and after two years that person knows that the problem, which was going to come to Mumbai, has now gone to Calcutta. There are thousands of such experiences in the lives of people. But man never stops thinking on and about those worries and forth coming problems.
There are many people who not only keep on worrying but also think this nature to be beneficial. They worry a lot for themselves and others. They can’t sleep if they don’t have a couple of worries in their minds.
Their nature of worrying is laughable to such an extent that even when their problems are solved, they remain unhappy. They feel that, they do not have anything left with them to worry about and that they have really lost all their capital or their motive in life !
If this kind of a person has news of somebody not being well then they panic so much that we cannot even imagine. With all these worries, they go to see the patient and one can very well see that the one who went to see the patient is now in the bed and the patient himself, is attending him. The patient is discharged from the hospital long before but this fellow gets himself admitted in the hospital.
Scientists say that after 5000 years, the sun will not rise and it will loose its brightness. When such a news reached a person who worried a lot, he suddenly said, "Oh ! Then what would happen to us ?" Now imagine, if the sun does not rise after 5000 years, then how is that going to affect him? Where can it shuffle or disturb you ?
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Mind and worries
If we have a closer look at all our worries, we would find all of them to be one and the same, that is, we worry without any cause. Try to look into the
Last modified on 27 November 2010