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Meher Baba

Duality implies separateness. Separateness causes fear. Fear makes worry.

Worry is the product of a feverish imagination working under stimulus of desires. There are few things that exhaust energy as much as worry. So remain cheerful in all your trails and know that I am in you.

Worry is a serious dissipation of physic energy. Worry accumulates and grows in strength and becomes a habit, long after the original cause has ceased to be.

Worry goes happiness comes.

Never worry and always try to be cheerful in spite of difficulties. Even in the face of calamities, try to remain happy.

Worry only about your loving Me more and more. I worry for whom who love Me.

Long for what is real. You will then have no time for worrying over what may never happen.

My worry is great fun for Me. It is very old habit of Mine to worry for whole creation and to worry continuously for the release of souls from the bondage of life and death. – Meher Baba

Meher Baba discoursed

Man experiences disappointment through lust, greed and anger, and the frustrated ego, in its turn, seeks further gratification through lust, greed, and anger. Consciousness is thus caught up in a vicious circle of endless disappointments. Selfishness which is the common basis of these three ingredient vices is thus the ultimate cause of disappointment and worries.

As the cause, so the effect; the cause may be big and important, or small and insignificant, but the result will definitely be according to it. The woes of this world are imaginary and are the self-created result of our own ignorance; having no cause, they are therefore unjustifiable. If there is no reason or cause, then it naturally follows that the result is unreal, insubstantial and meaningless.

Don’t worry about the happiness, or misery, of this world which has no cause behind it except imagination? Just go on observing things as a passive spectator as they go on around you, keeping the mind free and happy. As Hafiz says:

Both the happiness’s and sorrows of the world will pass away. So it is better to remain peaceful throughout.

Worry is unnecessary. Necessary worry is not good, but unnecessary worry is madness. If I say: 'Be happy!' be happy at once! Forget. Away with it! Why brood? I never brood. Laugh! Be cheerful! It is all illusion — why not be cheerful, happy?  Start now!"

“Worry accumulates and grows in strength, become a habit long after the original cause has ceased to be.”