From Day One America has had to fight enemies abroad and at home.
You'd think we're used to it by now in 2022. But to hear the pundits put it democracy is on the ropes and our future only holds bad things in store.
Worse yet, they say we're just a hair trigger away from a nuclear war with Russia, China, or North Korea. Take your pick.
Worrying about what could happen doesn't help anyone. It's one thing to be informed, and it's another to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders.
I'm going to break it to you gently, you are not going to solve the climate crisis or the war in Ukraine. You are a tiny cog existing on this planet for some supreme being's amusement.
Our democracy has always had challenges from within. There's nothing, we can do about it. We are a continuous people still dealing with the great experiment that says immigrants from around the world add to our culture and greatness.
As I'm sure you're aware worrying doesn't solve anything. But being human sometimes we can't help ourselves. That doesn't mean we should embrace uncertainty like a deer in the headlights of a truck.
I recommend studying American (and world) history to center your thinking. It helps to know that nothing is new under the sun. Wars and famine. Disease and droughts. This country has survived it all.
"A day of worrying is more exhausting than a week of work." - John Lubbock
"I never worry about the problem. I worry about the solution." - Shaquille O'Neal
"Worry is the stomach's worst poison." - Alfred Nobel
As it stands, like the immortal Alfred E. Neuman says, "What Me Worry?"
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