Sunday, January 16, 2011

WHAT ME WORRY?

I've long been a fan of Mad Magazine's Poster Child Alfred E. Neuman whose favorite saying was "What, me worry?" If you are not familiar with Alfred look him up and I think you will see why I think so highly of him and his philosophy. But for right now I want to get back to the worrying part of life that we all tend to do from time to time. Most of us fret over this or that, some things big, most things very minor in the whole scheme of life or anything in between. Seems like we worry when things are going bad, when things are going good or again in between somewhere. And as you probably know by now all the worry in the world does us no good at all. Worry will cause us to miss out on the joy of the moment, it can cause us much grief such as missed opportunities, physical and mental disease and just about hold us prisoner in our own lives.After all worry is in reality only faith that has been misplaced from positive to negative. There is in my opinion a Universal Law that is Always at work with us. And this law will take our subjective thoughts and then give to us what we are thinking of on the deepest level. That being said it stands to reason that if we are worrying about something it is in a negative state and life will see that and do what? Yeah, that right. Life will give us more of that negative stuff right back because this Law knows no "right" or "wrong" no "big" nor "little" it only knows to respond to our worry and this causes us even more worry. Its a vicious cycle and will continue until we change our thoughts and instead of worrying start thinking in a positive way and keep our inner mind filled with positive thoughts. Then the Law will give back to us the thing it recognizes.That being on a positive nature. And the Law of Karma which again is a Law that knows nothing else except to be true to its nature and give back to us that which we are giving out to others in our own lives. So understanding that truth ,if we put all our actions out as positive, kind ,joyful ,abundant etc etc then we need not worry cause the law will give back to us the same. So therefore we no longer have to worry about anything! But even with that being said and being so true also , I am not so naive as to think that I will never have to worry again. Because I know there will be times when I start to worry about something and it is then that I hope to be able to stop and think things through so I can once again stop the needless worry and instead put my positive faith to the test and just "know" things will be ok again. As I leave you now with thoughts of love, peace, serenity, and joy I hope that your "worries" will be small ones indeed, and that you can stop the worry and focus on the positive. Take care my friends and may all of you have a truly blessed week ahead!"Hugs" to all!
P.S.From the Science of Mind magazine comes this quote:We need not worry how things are coming out; the law takes care of everything and returns to each exactly what is his(her) due.

And from the author J. Krishnamurti comes this one:This is my secret. I don't mind what happens.

2 comments:

Christopher Dos Santos said...

Namaset my brother Ronnie. You speak of the esoteric " law of attraction ". This fundamental truth highlights for the philosopher an understanding that he is the master of his own domain.
We create our reality with communication from the heart to the Noosphere or " field " if one prefers. Each thought, feeling and emotion is a building block for the future offered up by the universe at our demand.
Our dualistic reality structure is a magical matrix of light energy expressing either love or fear. I like to think of it as building a home.

We are always building two homes one of fear, one of love. Each thought, feeling and emotion is a brick in the construction of said homes. We can choose to build what we will, however we will always reside in the home most completed.

I have enjoyed following your posts and invite you to follow my blog site so that we may share views.

In Lak' ech, my brother Ronnie, from a world of fear we choose love...

captron52 said...

Thanks for stopping by and for the invite Im looking forward to reading your work thanks again have a great weekend!