Last updated on September 3rd, 2019 at 11:26 am

Worry Is A Waste Of Time

There is always a reason to keep thriving. There is a reason never to give up. Sometime while I wander off I sit and ask myself why is life full of challenges?

To this question I am still unable to answer. There is this feeling I get, I felt like the ground should open and swallow me up because I was fed up of life.

Even thought of committing suicide embraced me and never want to leave me. I was frustrated.

Most of you will know how it feel that moment you just want to stop living. You seems very frustrated and tired of living too but worry is a waste of time.

It normal to be fed up!!!

Frustration comes with failures. When you fail constantly, fall below expectation you tend to get frustrated.

Bible Verse on Worrying

Jesus gave a key to overcoming frustration.
 27 “Can any of you add a single hour to your life by worrying?

 Matthew 6:27 GodsWord

 
I love this version so much can you add a single hour to your life by worrying?

27 And which of you by taking thought is able to make himself a cubit taller?

Matthew 6:27 BBE

Basic English Bible (BBE) said by taking thought can you make yourself a cubit taller.

The way from here to there is thinking. It is time and commitment.

I thought this two are the best version I could get until I saw another superb translation

27 Will all your worries add a single moment to your life?

Matthew 6:27 TLB

True Living Translation (TLB) said how many of you with all your worries can add a moment to your life.

Moment here can stands for a lot of things:

  • Moment can means situation. If moment is situation then the translation should be how many of you by thinking can change this situation of yours?
  • Moment can stand for finance. It will then be how many of you by worrying can change this financial status of yours?

The truth is worry doesn’t change anything.

Quotes On Worrying

If you turn up worrying on how you are going to perform, you have already lost.

Usain Bolt

Worry is a waste of time, it doesn’t change. It messes with the mind and steal your happiness.

Ziad K. Abdelnour

Don’t worry when you are not recognized but strive to be worthy of recognition.

Abraham Lincoln

I don’t believe in worry, it doesn’t change the outcome, It makes the now miserable. So I don’t do it.

Caragh M. O’Brien

Worry is a waste of time. it doesn’t changes anything but keeps us very very busy doing nothing.

Vaidehi Shah

These are all great quote for worrying as a whole. You will agree with me that all of them drove to a single point worry is a waste of time.

To wrap this quote up I came around one I need to share
Age is a issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.

Mark Twain

It all boils down to the question how many can change the moment of their lives by worrying.

Worrying doesn’t actual change anything but trusting in God changes everything.

How To Overcome Worry

If the plan doesn’t work change the plan not the goal.

 I bump across Isaac Newton quote sometime ago
My greatest achievement is not due to intelligence but to patient observation

Isaac Newton

The key to overcoming worry is patience. You can only get it by fellow-shipping with God.

12 Being glad in hope, quiet[patient] in trouble, at all times given to prayer

 Romans 12:12 BBE

 The greatest key to patient is prayer.

 At this moment I will tell you this

The antidote for worrying is waiting in prayer.

Isika Emmanuel

 Never for once give up on yourself because giving up doesn’t solve the problem at hand.

If you never give up then you will be up and above your colleagues for the rest  of your life.

Isika Emmanuel

 In conclusion

Worry is a waste of time, as it make you good at doing nothing just thinking.

Worry keeps you doing nothing

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