You must worry about this one thing

Usually, we love saying, “Don’t worry.” I am not saying, “Don’t worry,” I am saying, “Worry a lot, but about the right thing.”

Saying, “Don’t worry,” never helps because it is the ego’s constitution to think, to worry, to remain insecure. It must have an object to take care of. It must have something to ponder upon. Thought is going to be there. It might be subtle thought, it might be a loudly…

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