Sooner or later


Anxiety is the illness of our age.
We worry about ourselves, our family,
our friends, our work, and our state of the world.
If we allow worry to fill our hearts,
sooner or later we will get sick.

~ Thich Nhat Hanh

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  1. Felix Otcher

    September 15, 2014




    September 15, 2014


  3. Gale White

    September 15, 2014

    I totally agree our country is going through the referendum at the moment and it's not a nice place to live we are all very anxious about the outcome it's causing conflict between us all because of where we were born it's so sad even when the count is in whichever way it goes people will not be happy, and I can see us leaving because of it…

  4. dilip Shinde

    September 15, 2014

    Good noon nice post you friend

  5. Sanjay S

    September 15, 2014

    Buddha Almighty

  6. Animesh Ankhi Pal

    September 15, 2014

    Then we should play our role without being carried out with
    the pain? How it is possible!!

  7. Davis E.P

    September 15, 2014

    Beautiful !

  8. Raghav panday

    September 15, 2014

    Very nice very true ,,,, hv a beauty full morning take care ,,,,,,little busy today love U always,,,,,,

  9. Corrina Fraser

    September 15, 2014

    omg you really known natural beauty

  10. badal kumar

    September 15, 2014

    Eny time to get the

  11. Ajay Agnihotri

    September 15, 2014

    You are right Jendhamuni. .but everyone is surrounded with worries and can't escape from it..have a nice day ahead.

  12. Sally Nguyen

    September 15, 2014

    Yes ,that's right my sister ! I have been worrying too much these days and today is the longest day for me ,starting a new day with sickness ! So awful ,sis!

  13. Reverend Steve Pastor DD RMT

    September 15, 2014

    We do have choice and options as to how we feel about each moment, each experience. How? Before going into well-conditioned, automatic (and unconscious) reaction about a situation or experience, we only have to pause, relax with deep rhythmic breaths, and refocus upon our intention and purpose in each moment. Ask the question, "how do I intentionally and purposefully wish to perceive myself, my feelings and my life?" "Do I benefit by being upset, worried, frustrated, anxious, sad, depressed, angry?" "What other feelings would I prefer for the next multiples of 17 seconds, up to 68 seconds?" Then, choose a beneficial feeling that uplifts and expands the moments of joy and gratitude. Remember, suffering through unpleasant emotions and automatic reactions is OPTIONAL! And, there is the potential for an unlimited number of options – some of which are quite beneficial and pleasant! We do indeed have choice, when we take the time to pause and reflect upon the expanding number of options available to us! Blessings! Namaste!

  14. sanjeev adukia

    September 15, 2014

    Its very true, in my family, my grandfather, myuncle, aunty anf now wife also facing this. Dr says treat them with love and attention.

  15. sanjeev adukia

    September 15, 2014

    +Reverend Steve Pastor DD RMT yeah, but its partial., root cause is fear, feel of missing attention or loosing some thing , it can be overcome only if person realises n admit the same and practice it to controll or overcome. Near by people or family play a big role.

  16. sanjeev adukia

    September 15, 2014

    JMS , Thanks, you are highlighting these common unresolved but very important issues . Experince sharing can play important role to overcome come these type of neglected health points.

    Through you i request to participate people in this who knows solution with their observation or experience.

  17. Reverend Steve Pastor DD RMT

    September 15, 2014

    +sanjeev adukia, your perspective exposes some of the options available for choosing – options that are "out there" caused. We only have to reflect in our quiet, relaxing pause, on whether choosing "out there" causation ("others around us limit our options with their words and actions") is beneficial. It truly is in that moment of PAUSE that we are able to reflect upon the potential options we can access. Without that PAUSE, we are likely (yes, I do it as well) to react immediately, unconsciously and automatically with our usual emotions, words and actions.

  18. Christine Summers

    September 15, 2014

    Very beautiful words and very true thanks Jen.

  19. mujeeb rena

    September 16, 2014

    Vvvvvvvvvvery. Gggggggggggood

  20. Abdulqaadir Hasan

    September 17, 2014

    I Think you so beautiful. May The creator of the heavens and the earth grant you more beauty beyond measure within your soul and spirit. May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live. Your brother 4 Good.

  21. Hson Ram

    September 17, 2014

    you show how you enjoy your wonderfully day. thats good.

  22. Edith Mwendwa

    September 17, 2014

    Edith mean beautiful she iz neat &apearing to many

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