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Why You Should Stop Worrying

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Why You Should Stop Worrying

Bitachon, Stress; Anxiety

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Yisra'el Ngow Set Chinn Air Keroh, June 19, 2019

Toda toda Reply

Eleanor Skibo Pennsylvania, USA June 18, 2019

When we worry our bodies become tired and sick, our minds become cluttered with unneeded information, our hearts become weary and can’t express love and our spirits shut out the most important life force in our lives, our one an only G d. Worry causes us to expend more energy than we need to; it takes away from our energy level that we could be using to focus on important happenings and people in our lives. The most important thing to remember about worry is that it’s actually a sin in our life since G d wants us to focus on the things we can change and give to him the things we can’t. That’s one of the most important reasons why we pray besides praising G d; G d wants us to take our burdens to him in prayer especially when they’re way out of our reach. If we truly love and hold G d tightly to our hearts we’ll learn to be humble and ask him to help us so we don’t allow ourselves to become worrisome individuals. Reply

Morton Bodanis Montreal June 13, 2019

Everything comes from G-d, and everything that comes from G-d is good. If we are experiencing something even though we think is bad, it still came from G-d so it must be good. Since it came from G-d, It is not only good but is what He wanted, so why should pray that He change it? G-d is infallible, so are we saying that He made a mistake? Reply

Jerry Uk June 12, 2019

Excellent. you might wish to add that if things don't turn out the way we want, then it is because Gd knows best and sees a bigger picture.
However, I personally won't allow myself to have a relaxed attitude and simply let Gd "get on with it" lest I take him for granted. I do fear Gd and to a degree my worry is a sign of respect as I am not always near a Shul to pray and I don't like to bother Gd with something he may consider trivial or selfish on my part. But I must not assume that he will deliver things my way.
I guess the answer is to pray more, to ask and to thank and worry less..and ask Gd to forgive what he might think of as a selfish or trivial prayer. Reply

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