Worry Is Like Praying For What You Don’t Want

Worry is like praying for what you don't wantI took this photo a couple months back on a visit to Coney Island. The sun was peeking so beautifully out of the clouds it looked like the perfect painting. I didn’t see a use to post it until now, it seemed to fit perfectly with the message.

I have to admit that worry is my biggest “flaw” I am much better now but I used to worry about how I will pay for this, how my actions would change something for better or worse and how a situation will turn out. So much so I held on to things I should have let go of and hindered my progress. I rushed things out of worry and fear and they of course did not work out. And in the end my “worry” solved none of my problems.

I don’t really believe in New Years Resolutions and declaring things out loud. After all actions do speak much louder than words. And as this is something I have chosen to work on before the New Year and will continue to progress throughout this year, I just wanted to share with you a personal growth I’m learning to conquer every day.

What we put out there everyday is the energy we get back. So I would rather think happy positive thoughts of fulfillment, then worry that something will go wrong. After all, are paths are already written for us. When I let go of my biggest worry thus far about having a “real job” to take care of my expenses while I pursue my true passions, that’s actually when the most amazing things happened to me. I was scared to take a break from Cali because of what people would think but it turned out to be my best decision yet. And as I prepare to head back to the West soon, I feel more excited and focused then ever and honestly….much more worry free. I’m so excited for the amazing things that are going to happen this year!

Happy New Year! I love you all, thanks for following along with my journey and I wish you a worry free 2014. xoxo

2 Comments

  1. 1st January 2014 / 1:47 pm

    I’ve been really happy about reading your latest posts,very positive.Happy New Year and good luck!

    • Enocha Tellus
      7th January 2014 / 1:07 pm

      I’m so glad you are enjoying these posts, I enjoy sharing them! Happy New Year!

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