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“All we are saying, is give Peace a Chance” John Lennon/Yoko Ono
Whenever we put out a Speranza San Clemente blog, we write about a subject that is near and dear to our hearts, often a subject that we are learning about ourselves, so here goes.
Years ago, I used to sing with others the words to the song by Lennon and Ono, “All we are saying, is give Peace a Chance.”
It sounded good and made me feel temporarily better, but the song in itself didn’t really produce a lasting peaceful change in me.
Over the years, I have begun to understand why.
No matter what age, color, ethnicity, or sex we are, we all seem to have something to worry about. As for me, I have done my fair share of worrying about things that I felt certain would or could happen, but never did. This was followed by being thankful that what consumed my head, never was.
A while back, I learned that worrying happens when I invest too much in future-based thoughts. Just like regrets develop when I allow my predominant thinking to be centered in the past. When I think in the past or the future long enough, I develop a automatic pilot pattern of habitual thinking outside the moment. These patterns of thinking over time can become strong contributors to anxiety, resentment, settling for less, and even depression.
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