Is there such a thing as ‘good’ worry? If there is, could it be called by another name? Could it be called ‘concern’? Perhaps it could be called ‘problem solving’? Whatever you call it, good worry goes somewhere. It isn’t a rocking chair, moving but staying in the same place. It’s more like a vehicle that takes you to a solution or resolution. But if neither of those things happen, then it brings you to a place of peace with what is.
That, to me, is the only kind of worry worth worrying about.
Drawing and commentary by Marty Coleman, Publisher of The Napkin Dad Daily
Quote by Anonymous