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In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, we have or Freddy Fri Day segment, with our good friend Freddy Fri. In today's message, Freddy talks with us about how to worry less even during times of stress.
Thought For Today:To worry is to use your imagination to create something you don't want. Click To Tweet
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- Social Anxiety: Understanding What It Is And How To Deal With It
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21 Quotes That Will Help You Worry Less
1. “Worry causes stress. Prayer causes peace. Worry less, pray more.” – Anonymous
2. “What worries you masters you.” – Anonymous
3. “Worry implies that we don’t trust that God is big enough, powerful enough, or loving enough to take care of what’s happening in our lives.” – Francis Chan
4. “Sometimes you have to stop worrying, wondering, and doubting. Have faith that things will work out, maybe not how you planned but just how its meant to be.” – Anonymous
5. “Start small, think big. Don’t worry about too many things at once. Take a handful of simple things, to begin with, and then progress to more complex ones. Think about not just tomorrow but the future. Put a ding in the universe.” – Steve Jobs
6. “Sometimes, worrying about the very best way keeps me from doing anything.” – Dana K. White
7. “Worry gives a small thing a big shadow.” – Swedish Proverb
8. “Live more worry less.” – Anonymous
9. “If you want to test your memory, try to recall what you were worrying about one year ago today.” – E. Joseph Cossman
10. “99% of the things you worry about don’t even happen.” – Anonymous
11. “There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever.” – Mahatma Gandhi
12. “Don’t worry we all make mistakes, so forget about the past and move on with life.” – Anonymous
13. “Life becomes happy, delightful, and enjoyable when you set yourself free from worries.” – Anonymous
14. “The less you worry, the less complicated life becomes.” – Anonymous
15. “Worrying is a waste of time. It doesn’t change anything, it just messes with your mind and steals your happiness.”
16. “Life is too short to worry about stupid things.” – Anonymous
17. “Worry a little bit every day and in a lifetime you will lose a couple of years. If something is wrong, fit it if you can but train yourself not to worry.” – Mary Hemingway
18. “Worrying is using your imagination to create something you don’t want.”
19. “Don’t worry about things you can’t control.” – Anonymous
20. “Our fatigue is often caused not by work but by worry, frustration, and resentment.” – Dale Carnegie
21. “Worry is not about the possible troubles of the future; for if they come, you are but anticipating and adding to their weight; and if they do not come, your worry is useless; and in either case, it is weak and in vain, and a distrust of God’s providence.” – Hugh Blair