Your life will hang in doubt before you, and you will feel fear day and night, and you will have no security for your life. Deut 28.66
Are you very worried?
Please take a few minutes to read this article where you will understand that the Torah prevents us from "worrying" It even classifies it as a punishment:
Let's see in the following verse of the Torah:
"Your life will hang in doubt before you, and you will feel fear day and night, and you will have no security for your life"
In the Talmud, Treatise Menachot 103b, explains this by indicating that it refers to suffering caused by worrying about the future.
The first part of the text says:
"Your life will hang in doubt before you"
It refers to the one who, not owning his own land, must buy the grain supply for the current year, and is worried about the coming year.
The second part of the verse says: "You will feel fear day and night" this refers to someone who buys grains once a week and therefore is in a worse situation than the previous case, since you should get new grains every week.
The most severe level is contained in the statement: "You will not have security for your life" This refers to the person who must buy bread every day and would really have a reason to worry .
The punishment reflected in this passage is not worrying, but "Not being able to control it." When the person does not know how to control this feeling it can destroy his life!
"Because it is the person's own concern that becomes a curse for himself."
The person has the power to control his feelings and concerns.
How? Filling your mind with positive, pleasant thoughts and above all trusting in Divine Protection and Provision.
(Excerpts of your words bring me calm)
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