Worry Is Neither Care Nor Responsibility
- Ego will help you to recognize, remove, and replace your ego: a.k.a. self-esteem.
- WORRY SERVES EGO PAYOFFS, REWARDS, & SATISFACTIONS
- Read for a seven-step system to free yourself from ego.
WORRY IS NOT CARE
- Worry is negative programming.
- Worry is negative prayer and planning.
- Worry is negative expectation and intention.
- Worry pretends to be a victim, but it is only a perpetrator.
- Worry pretends to care, but it only cares about being right.
WORRY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE
- Who made you responsible for life that you must worry about life?
- Who gave you power and authority over life that you must worry about life?
- Just who do you think you are that your worry is so powerful, potent, and important?
- Just who do you think you are that your worry has power and magic to change events?
- Just who or what do you think you are that you cannot risk or afford to stop worrying?
WORRY IS JUDGMENTAL
- You cannot worry without judging.
- You won’t compulsively worry without pride in being right.
- You won’t compulsively worry without thinking you know better.
- You won’t compulsively worry without pride in your ability to judge.
- You won’t compulsively worry without pride in your ability to know good and evil.
WORRY SEEKS TO BE A GOD KNOWING GOOD & EVIL
- Worry is trying to become good by playing the judge.
- Worry’s goal is to maintain the judge role for your identity.
- Worry sacrifices reality, time, and energy to playing judge, because it serves ego addiction.
- Worry is an addiction to pride, to knowing better than self, others, and life for the sake of ego.
- Worry is one way to play the game of knowing better than others or life, of having pride as the knowledge of good.
Quotations from Various Sources
“A day of worry is more exhausting than a day of work.” —John Lubbock
“Doubts are more cruel than the worst of truths.” —Moliere
“Everyone who got where he is had to begin where he was.” —Robert Louis Stevenson
“Fear to let fall a drop and you spill a lot.” —Malay proverb
“If you suppress grief too much it can well redouble.” —Moliere
“No human thing is of serious importance.” —Plato, The Republic
“Real generosity toward the future lies in giving all to the present.” —Albert Camus
“Some people are making such thorough preparation for rainy days that they aren’t enjoying today’s sunshine.” —William Feather
“The greatest griefs are those we cause ourselves.” —Sophocles
“There is only one meaning of life: the act of living itself.” —Erich Fromm
“When shall we live if not now?” —M. F. K. Fisher