“Most things don’t happen.” — A Life That Matters: Five Steps to Making a Difference by P. K. Hallinan
A fellow told me the other day, “You know what keeps me up at night?”
I responded, “No, what?”
He said, “What keeps me up at night is worrying about the things I don’t know that I don’t know.”
My response: Stop worrying, most things don’t happen.
As the wise old sage stated: There’s a big difference between possible and probable.
The ONE THING for today: I’m not telling you to not prepare and have contingency plans, but I do want to remind you—most things don’t happen.
And if it does?
With God’s help, you will manage and He will manage to make good come out of it.
So, keep your seatbelt on (for sure!); but keep driving forward.