“In the course of a lifetime, what does it matter?”
When I was younger, I read this book—a lot. It’s still on my shelf, and I go back to it when I need to. From the first time I read it, the quote above struck a chord in me. it began a whole new thought process for me.
I spent so much time worrying about things that really didn’t matter in the course of a lifetime, and I vowed to stop-to only worry about the things that did matter in the course of a lifetime.
So my advice to you today is just that–when things start getting hard and you find yourself worrying, just ask yourself, “In the course of a lifetime, what does it matter?”
If it doesn’t matter, quit worrying!
Have a great day!