Hello, people! Do you have worries, right now?
If you do have worries, how might that affect me or other people?
Does anybody worry about how your worry might make other people worry?
Don’t worry, people! I’m now getting to the point of this post.
Lately, as I recover from open heart surgery, I have noticed other people’s worries about me. Other people’s worries result in worried questions, like “Are you sure you’re up to this?” “Are you doing too much?” “Are you taking on too many things, too quickly?”
I’m not worried about these other people’s worries. Instead, I appreciate their concern.
However, I do not take on their worries. I’ve got enough worries, of my own.
Today, I’ll be seeing my cardiologist, Dr. Deeb Salem. If he’s worried, THEN I’ll be worried.
Are other people worried about whether I have any photos to share today?
Don’t worry, people, I’m going to explain that last photo. Yesterday, a water main broke in the Longwood Medical Area of Boston. Other people besides me were very late to work. Did that worry me? No. Did it affect my sense of self worth? Don’t worry about that, either. I and many other people have been working on keeping our sense of self worth protected from everything that comes at us, including other people’s worries.
I hope people aren’t worrying about what YouTube video I’m going to share. When I search “Other people’s worries,” THIS comes up:
I’m not worried about those dogs. Are other people worried?
Other people who regularly read this blog are not worried, I’m sure, about whether I’m going to express gratitude to all who helped me create this post or to you — of course! — for being here, now.