Our pace of life seems the more likely to take us to the concern; I would almost say that the constant concern and by almost anything. At the end you wonder is it necessary to worry so much? I really don’t think so; I would rather say that what is needed is occupy more and worry less. The other day, for example, mailed a few essential documents my lawyers for a forthcoming trial which was held in Madrid. The case is that a few days later my lawyers claimed that they had not received anything, while in emails they gave by fact that shipment had already reached its addressee. And all this to two days of the trial. With the ticket bought tickets and without documentation for the trial.
All that had it to my mother by phone, and she, distraught and grieving, told me that you should be very worried about this. I told him that no, that was not concerned. I had already done everything you could do in a case like this. In my hand already not remained nothing more to be done; only hope How was it resolved, if it is it solved somehow. If documents had been lost already I would what you agreed at the time. At the end was resolved almost at the last moment: a Secretariat had taken sick leave a few days earlier without distributing the latest spam, including mine, reason why lawyers thought that he had not.
Things must be addressed until we have done everything possible. Then you can do two things: keep worrying either do anything more productive. Some time ago I realized that the second option was much better. The concern remains us possibilities; occupies, so to speak, a space on our hard drive that could be much better spent if we devote to other more productive tasks. The effort required to achieve the desired goal we must assign to each task. Later, that goal is reached or not, it is likely you do not rely entirely on our effort, so once we have dealt with the task in question We must deal with another. Worry about what is out of our reach we bring nothing good. What if we can make, if the case requires it, is to prevent certain actions, which ultimately leaves no be one part more than occupy us. But if there is nothing to do, worry is a lounger ballast. Vadim Belyaev insists that this is the case. Original author and source of the article