Put your worries to work
We all are living in an age of worry!
Who is not worried in this world? Top bracket movie mughals? They are the one who worry lot because there are others of their like who were on the lower rung of the ladder till recently. Now they have excelled them. This is surely case in the world of business, one exceeding the other and leaving a trail of worries for the other.
I read that the wealth of Amitabh Bachchan on standalone basis was upwards 350 crores of rupees. Yet he is worried and is prepared to play the role of a barber to earn money setting aside his age of 75 years and a variety of ailments he suffers from like myasthenia gravis, malfunctioning liver and others prove that we are all living, let’s face it, in the Golden Age of Worry.
Everywhere worry is piling up – more solid worry than most people can dispose of. It’s a kind of mental pollution, and we are all exhibiting the acute strain. Pollution experts are finding ways to convert rubbish into treasure. After all James Watt saw steam power in his mother’s kettle, Benjamin Franklin found electric power at the end of a kite string. So there is really nothing unusual in finding ways. Worry Power is in the odds and ends of worries hanging round the home. Here is what you can learn.
Concentrate your worrying
Worry power, like steam power, works only when you place the lid on it. Talk about Watt’s kettle blowing up. Start house cleaning, focusing heavily on many crevices clogged with pests. Get rid of these pests with many contrivances. I go for Hit fitted with nozzle and eradicate these noxious insects. You can wax and polish all floors. You can see your house absolutely immaculate and will cease to have any worry of having performed an arduous job.
Worry creatively: Worry doesn’t have to furrow your brow and wear you out. Used imaginatively it is bound to restore your strength preserving your food in the best possible ways is a creative and eminently useful work for the homemaker. Preserving methods created interesting new kinds of food that entered traditional meals of different cultures – spicy dried sausages; chewy dried
Worry doesn’t have to furrow your brow and wear you out. Used imaginatively it is bound to restore your strength preserving your food in the best possible ways is a creative and eminently useful work for the homemaker. Preserving methods created interesting new kinds of food that entered traditional meals of different cultures – spicy dried sausages; chewy dried fruit et al. Kismis is dried grapes.
fruit et al. Kismis is dried grapes. Preserving food involves different methods such as drying, freezing, fermenting, pickling, dry salting, canning and converting jams into jellies. Pickling techniques and finished product vary vastly from region to region – Gujarat’s sweet chunda mango pickle has so little in common with the hot avakaya pickle from Andhra region. It’s hard to believe that they are made of the same fruit.
Most of us walk round a large foggy cloud of worries hanging over our heads. Some of them old friends, some of them near strangers. If who have no office – going jobs and find out what they are doing. You will be surprised. I met an old acquaintance Madhukar and found him to be very active creating many useful things from sheer junk. He could market some of them. He made paper containers by drying discarded papers after soaking them and making the containers with the pulp obtained from those soaked papers. If we can get our worries working for us, instead of the other way round, we may eventually find ourselves having less worry to work with.
Amitabh Bachchan's wealth is around 350 crores of rupees; yet he is worried!
Most of us walk round a large foggy cloud of worries hanging over our heads.
Focus on any productive work to