Worry is interest paid on trouble before it comes due. – William Inge.

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Worry is interest paid on a trouble
belonging to a future no one can foretell;
as with all uncertainties, the Ill wind of trouble may come
or tomorrow may surprise us with the wind of good luck,


if it’s ill wind, the worrying heart suffers double trouble,

but if its good luck, the worrying heart may not have survived yesterday’s trouble,

so, stop worrying, make the best use of every day you have

and you would fill your days with nothing to worry about.

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