“Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength”

Good one!

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This quote was spoken and written by Corrie ten Boom. I think I would like to add FEAR to it and have it say fear AND ‘worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.’ I felt this first hand yesterday…not anywhere near the level she must have felt worry by living during the Holocaust and being imprisoned for hiding and keeping safe 100’s of Jewish people,(her’s was an incredible family) but, nonetheless, I felt fear and worry these last few days.

The feelings we’re there as I agreed to do a medical test on Monday that had the potential of being very scary if I were to develop an allergic reaction while undergoing it. I trusted my doctor who requested it but then I started thinking about it more and more and I found myself feeling anxious and my worry and…

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