“Worry is just imagination used in an unproductive way.”
—Andy Andrews, The Noticer
These days, many people have been pulled to the dark side of imagination. Instead of using our wonderful imagination for creative and positive purposes, we easily slip into worry.
Imagine you are a special kind of meteorologist. You can easily report on inclement weather and potential storms, but you can also change the forecast to sunnier skies with your power of positive intentions and optimism.
Where is your imagination causing you to worry about future events in unproductive ways?
How can and will you bring greater creativity and a positive bias to your thinking when you notice the clouds of worry headed your way?