A man, who has a three-year-old daughter as an only child, thinks about the expense of getting her married when she grows up. These kinds of worries are not to be done. When the time is right, all the evidences will come together for her. Until that time, do not worry. All you have to do is feed and educate her. Do not worry about what lies ahead. Only attend to the present time. The past is gone, so why dig into it? The past that is gone, not even a fool will dig into it. The future is in the hands of Vyavasthit so live in the present. If you are drinking a cup of tea, enjoy that tea because the future belongs in the hands of vyavasthit. Why worry? Live in the present, while having a meal, concentrate on the food that is in front of you. Know the ingredients in the food you are eating. To be in the present means that when you are writing the accounts, your full concentration is in it and accuracy is maintained. It is when the mind roams into the future, that errors will occur in your accounting. Those who live in the present do not make a single mistake and they have no worries.
1) Why worry about that for which there is no solution? There is no solution for death, so does anyone worry about that?
2) Why do worries occur? One becomes involved (becomes one) with the thoughts that arise and that is why worries arise.
Book Name: Worries (Page #29, Paragraph #2)