Inspiring poetry about worry by Wilhelmina Stitch in which she expresses thoughts about worry and what to do about it. She offers great insights into how to overcome any worries that you have.
Worry can steal our day away. When we focus our thoughts on worrying about what will happen, fearing the worse we are not focused on what we should be doing. Time
is precious and worrying should not use our time.
Worry can also drain our energy, as we get overwhelmed with the issues rather than focusing on solutions. When you start to feel overwhelmed you will find feelings of depression creep in and
you will find you are unable to accomplish the things you need to do.
The Poet points out that one way to avoid letting worry get the better of you is to stay busy - work and stay on task. By doing this you are keeping your mind occupied with the tasks you need
to complete rather than filling your mind with what might happen.
Another way to overcome worry as stated by the Poet is a cheerful song. Whether you hum a song or listen to positive music you will be filling your brain with positive thoughts rather than
The last stanza of the poem reminds me of a quote said by Mark Twain, "I've had a lot of worries in my life, most of which never happened." This is so true, at the end of the day we find that many
things that we could have worried about or had fear of happening never come to pass. Being grateful in prayer for the accomplishments of the day will focus your mind on the positive as you go to sleep.
We hope this poem inspires and encourages you not to give in to worry!