Sunday, April 12, 2015

Paul M. Kramer Says "Don't Worry, be Happy..." and More...during National Poetry Month...





WORRY
Agonizing and obsessing over what ifs,
a pessimistic state of mind,
dwelling upon what may or may not happen,
fearing possibilities of every kind.

Worry is the brother and sister of anxiety.
Creating apprehension, uneasiness and stress,
worry causes us to be ill at ease,
it is an inhibitor of joy and happiness.

Worry knows no optimism.
It’s not a necessity or a requirement.
We need not choose to embrace it.
Do not let it diminish the quality of our life.


 “Don’t worry, be happy”

Paul M. Kramer