Thursday, August 18, 2011

Perspective

I remind myself:
Worry is never productive.
It doesn't solve any problems.
Fear grows out of proportion.
Worry makes a problem bigger than it actually is.

18 comments:

  1. Such encouraging words.
    I really agree with you,Barb.
    Tomoko.

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  2. I think many of us need constant reminders about that one! *Wry smile.*

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  3. what a great shot, barb. may your worries grow smaller...

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  4. well those are beautiful words of wisdom, for sure. I'm happy I stopped by here so early this morning, because this sends me on my way/day in a lovely way with solid preparation. I love the squirrel and its shadow! nicely done in B&W too. happy Friday to you Barb.

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  5. Thank you for stopping by to visit my blog and leaving a comment! I really appreciate it.

    I have looked at both of your blogs. The photos you share are lovely. Thank you! I have looked for your followers list and I couldn't find one on either blog. Am I missing something?

    Beth

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  6. Great reminder, cute squirrel! :D

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  7. Very wise words... now just to put them in action.

    Great photo, Barb. Love the shadow! :)

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  8. So true. I tend to give into worries. Great photo, Barb.

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  9. Thank you for visitng my blog. I love your inspirational words and beautiful pictures.

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  10. Perfect words and perfect photo! I see our friend Di is making steps toward her recovery! Thank you for connecting us!

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  11. True words, Barb. I do fall into worry once in a while, but am always able to climb out.

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  12. Knowing it and living it are not always the same. Such true words to live by.

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  13. How good to be reminded. That photo is such fun! I love the perspective.

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  14. Ain't that the livin' truth.

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  15. Wonderful picture to illustrate something I KNOW but often have trouble putting in practice. (Or not putting I guess is what I mean in the case of worry!)

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