Life as it Comes #38 | The One Fatal Flaw

The One Fatal Flaw

A humorous podcast about life.Why is it we are all born with one fatal flaw? The worry flaw. The need to worry about anything and everything. It seems we all carry around a container of worries. Some have small bags of worries, the size of a checkbook and a few credit cards. Others have a medium box of worries, the size of a shopping bag. Others have a three drawer filing cabinet of worries. Still others have a large cupboard of worries, big enough to hide a large screen TV. So how does this worry thing work? Listen and find out.



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6 Replies to “Life as it Comes #38 | The One Fatal Flaw”

  1. Brilliant podcast! Extremely well-spoken and articulate, thoughtful, and even occasionally funny. This author can turn a phrase!

  2. Thanks for the reminder that worrying does not help anything but high blood pressure and create more wrinkles. (Need less of those!)

    Haven’t I heard some where that 90% of all the things we worry about never happen? Should I worry about which Worry will be in the 10%???

    Thanks for always putting a smile on my face.

  3. I have heard that “Worry is a rocking chair – gives you something to do but gets you nowhere” – heard it on Skit Guys b4. Don’t know if it originated there, though?

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