Monday's special

Posted by Claudia Moser on 7:05 AM in ,
“Anxiety is the dizziness of freedom.”
Soren Kierkegaard

“Anxiety in children is originally nothing other than an expression of the fact they are feeling the loss of the person they love”
Sigmund Freud

“Anxiety is the hand maiden of creativity”
T.S. Eliot

“We have a lot of anxieties, and one cancels out another very often.”
Winston Churchill

“This we can all bear witness to, living as we do plagued by unremitting anxiety . It becomes more and more imperative that the life of the spirit be avowed as the only firm basis upon which to establish happiness and peace.”
Dalai Lama

“The source of anxiety lies in the future. If you can keep the future out of mind, you can forget your worries.”  Milan Kundera



Claudia, I spent quite sometime catchingup on your blog and must say, I enjoyed every post, especially the playground one :)

I love the last one!


The last one is my favourite :-)

Hope you're feeling better now.

@Izdiher :)
@Linda - thank you, the playground memory is one of my favorite!
@Barb - it is good indeed!
@Michelle - hello stranger, you OK?
@Sarah - mine too, feeling a bit better but very tired, long day at work. thank you for caring!

I agree with Milan, anxiety is worry about the future which you cannot do anything about. I try not to think past today.

@Belle - indeed!

"I’d like to know, if you get in your head
how sometimes I’ve got anxiety you’ll leave
every time you roll to the other side in bed
then I get anxiety, you’re going to leave"

Die Prinzen - Chorus to "Anxiety You'll Leave"

@Celeste - nice one!

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