Robert D. Reed Publishers News — The futility of worry
Would it do any good?
Bridge of Spies Col. Rudolf Abel Holley Kelley Mark Rylance Not my circus; not my monkey Sunrises and Sunsets The futility of worry Tom Hanks Worries Worry Would it do any good?Cleone Reed
Worry can come naturally when we care about someone. In Holley Kelley's book, Sunrises and Sunsets, one of her workbook pages asks, "What are your top three worries?" "What, if anything, could be done to alleviate these worries?" "Are these worries affecting your quality of living today?" "How so?" It was easy for me to come up with my top three worries. They live like a shroud of mist over my being and elicit pop sayings like, "Not my circus; not my monkey" or "Detach with love" when my worries are about people I love going through tough times or...