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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Murky Anxieties

There are no anxieties except the ones you create. And just as you created them, you can let those anxieties go.
What has happened has happened. What will come will come. You can make a difference. You can take positive action.

And your actions will be infinitely more effective when they're not burdened with anxiety. Your awareness will be remarkably more rich and clear when it is not clouded with worry.

Open your eyes to the possibilities of this moment. Put your considerable energy into living the best of those possibilities.

Free your mind, your body and your spirit to be productive, effective, and full of life. Let go of those murky anxieties and fully live.

6 inspired and motivated:

Haris Gulzar said...

You're right. Anxieties take away all life from your actions... But isn't it natural to be anxious when you're doing something?

Samad said...

AD
you should make a fan page of yourself and your blogs on facebook, believe me it'll get you more readers, and you'll be more popular because your a professional blogger,
please pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
pretty please :D make a fan page of yourself

Samad said...

Your amazinggggggggggg

Americanising Desi said...

Samad,
My God I dont think I am that popular :)
I just like writing that is all.
and here I dont write much but post what inspires me...
it is a work I find worthy to be shared !!!

but thank you for readin it !!!
really means a lot!

I humbly bow at your 'compliment'
really!

Altamash said...

Hit me at the right time :), college starting soon and i am as nervous and anxious as ever :/
Really liked the first para , so true =)

super-sonic said...

This is a well proven advice by self experience ! .. it's totally true.. in an intense moment the tricky part is remaining calm and staying focused.. the solution most of the time is just in front of our eyes but were blinded from it because our minds are just too stressed to comprehend from all the anxiety.

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