A Guide to Worrying

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+6 1. solidaltair commented 4 years ago

A life lesson within sarcasm. In two extremes, either this is the best way to wake you up or dig you deeper if you believe in his every word; risky but true.
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+3 2. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

I find the one great benefit to worrying about a problem is that it makes me go over and over in my head all the different possible solutions to the problem and one that just might cure the problem.:)
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-1 3. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#2 That's called drowning:S
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0 4. Scotsman50 commented 4 years ago

I never worry about anything. I refuse to live my life worrying about something that may or may not happen. When you know it is time to worry then worry but why waste your life worrying about something that may not happen?:squirrel::squirrel:
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+2 5. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#4 I think #2 meant by worrying, a problem that is already occurring, not problems that have not happened yet..