PONDER on THIS for Thursday, September 27th, 2012 by Richard A. Singer in YOUR DAILY WALK WITH THE GREAT MINDS

“A vast amount of human beings destroy precious moments throughout their lives due to unnecessary worry. The important thing to realize is the fact that worry does absolutely nothing productive for the past, present, or future. Why continue to do something over and over again that is completely unproductive and actually quite unhealthy. Would you walk out of your house and begin digging a hole without a purpose or a reason for doing so? Continuing to dig and dig after blisters form on your hands and your energy is being depleted for no apparent reason? Hours, days, and months go by and you continue to dig with no productive or logical reasoning. Hopefully, you would not do this, so why do you continue to worry?”

             Richard A. Singer, in “Your Daily Walk With the Great Minds”

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BONUS PONDER on THIS by Theresa Crabtree in MAYAN MESSAGES: DAILY GUIDE TO SELF-EMPOWERMENT

“See all people as perfect, knowing they make their choices dependent on their current belief codes. It is not your place to judge or criticize them. Know that each of you has everything within yourself to break these codes and to live a life full of wonder, excitement, peace and joy.”

   Reverend Theresa Crabtree in “Mayan Messages: Daily Guide to Self-Empowerment”

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