tweeted this casually awhile back, and it got more RTs than all my other posts combined, today. So, guess it warrants being made into a short, sweet blog post in and of itself.
The Buddhist rule re Worrying is simple:
Or, as Shantideva said more eloquently,
If it can be fixed; why worry?
If it can’t be fixed, what’s the point of worrying?
Or, more properly: “If a cure exists, why worry? If no cure exists, what use is there to worry?”
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