BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 by Stephen Russell in BAREFOOT DOCTOR’S GUIDE TO THE TAO

“Worrying is nothing more than a conditioned, knee-jerk, reflex action on your part to the life choices that present themselves during the passage of your personal stroll along the Great Thoroughfare. Being a worrier is merely a habitual stance you adopt. You are free to exchange it for the stance of the trusty, trusting warrior any time you choose.

Putting this choice into effect, however, requires constant vigilance, as the system often tends to default to “worry” automatically. The process of attaining zero worry takes between approximately two nanoseconds and forty-six years to complete, depending on how many times you forget.”

Stephen Russell, in “Barefoot Doctor’s Guide to the Tao”

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