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RE: [MOL] "thoughts for today"



Jo, this is so true but I must admit, I fall into this trap myself.  Cathy

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> From:	Jo Ciaramitaro [SMTP:packnife@tir.com]
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> Subject:	[MOL] "thoughts for today"
> 
> Hi Everyone,
> 
> Just coming to you this morning with my "thoughts for today":
> 
> 
>         Worry is a futile thing,
>         It's somewhat like a rocking chair.
>         Although it keeps you occupied,
>         It doesn't get you anywhere.
> 
> 
>         Worry is the senseless process of using today to clutter up
>         tomorrow's opportunities with leftover problems from yesterday.
> 
> 
> Boy, don't we all get into that trap of worrying sometimes?  We waste
> such precious time that could have been used doing something more
> productive, maybe even something that would help our situation.  Well,
> I've been on both sides of the worry fence.  One side is where I worry
> and try to handle it all myself, and the other side where I let God help
> me carry the load and together we get through it.  You know what?  I
> really like the second side the best---much easier on my spirit, soul,
> and body!!!
> 
> God Bless,
> Jo
> 
> P.S. For those of you who read the Bible, read Phil. 4:4-8 (one of my
> favorites).
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