Some things I have learned #51

Subtitle: Or, at the least, I think I believe

Sub-subtitle: Or, at the most, I believe I know

Worry (c. 1300): From Old English “wyrgan”, “to strangle.” Thus, to worry is to choke, strangulate, or throttle one’s self.

The dawn’s light comes too late on a day already lost to the woes of the prior night. So, I have learned to leave earlier worries to the moment of their founding. For each sunrise has its own share.[1]

© 2023 PRA

[1] Or, as Jesus taught, “Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring worries of its own. Today’s trouble is enough for today” (Matthew 6.34)

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