Yes, spiritually speaking it is frequent remembrance of God. Worry is actually depiction of a heart occupied by disbelief and mistrust with regard to both self and God. When a person thinks on his or her own lines, nothing can provide solace, rahter if it's handed over to the One Who Knows everything, will suffice and result in the required amount of comfort and solace. With God no worries.
I think action is a good antidote for worry. Worry is a form of helplessness. Taking action of some type helps you be a person who does things, not someone that things happen to. That helps you feel less helpless.
Learn to live in the moment!
When it is all said and done all that really matters is (this moment) until the next moment arrives. All that you have control of is (now).
"Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself."
by Michael Valencia 5 years ago
What is the best way to "live in the now"?I often hear about this as a means of de-stressing and improving the quality of one's life, but I often find it hard to do. My OCD and Generalized Anxiety Disorder don't help either. If you are able to, what's your secret?
by kallini2010 5 years ago
Do you think that worrying has a positive aspect to it?
by muhammad abdullah javed 2 years ago
What actually provides solace to the heart of an Atheist?
by Kari 5 years ago
Do you have any techniques for dealing with worry?Do you worry a lot? Do you have techniques that you use to deal with times that you can't help but worry? As a side note: While making this question I wrote 'worry' at least twenty times and now it is starting to sound like a foreign word...hate it...
by HannahRiley 9 months ago
What are you most proud of in your life?What is your "pride & joy," the thing that makes you wake up in the morning...your passion for life?
by deergha 5 years ago
Living in moment - do you believe it?If so how do you live in moments ?
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