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While studying outside a coffee shop today, an errant and disturbing thought entered my mind regarding a situation I will most likely have to encounter in my future.
"What will I say? How will I handle it? Ughhh."
Despite a willful attempt to dive back into my book, the doomsday scenarios bounced around my brain. Within minutes my energy had flipped from zen to frantic. Then, almost as if on queue, perfectly timed as per usual, the Beach Boys song "Don't Worry, Baby" started to play from the speakers above my seat.
Worrying rarely produces a positive result. It doesn't do anything for you, except distract you from your path and disconnect you from your source. When we worry, we send out a silent message to the universe: "I don't trust you. I don't trust myself."
We might not always feel or see the support available to us, but it is there. And by opening up to this support, we can trust that we will always be guided to what is best for us at the time.