For Every Worry

I have a great friend named Lori, whom I admire and love dearly. She is the type of person that is NEVER at a loss for words. And in fact, she is usually overflowing with a preponderance of varied and unusual vocabulary. In fact, she is not only a walking lexicon, but without any advance notice at all and with uncanny timing, she will interject the perfect quote, quip, colloquium, prose, story, song or catchy phrase. Heck, she could create a Haiku on demand, if you need one (and in a perfect Japanese accent).

A few days ago, I was lamenting about the challenges of parenting. Right out of the top of her head, she piped up with this little gem:

For every worry under the sun
There is a remedy or there is none
If there is one, hurry and find it
If there is not, never mind it
-Richard Evans

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