but bad things happen all the time

the astronaut, Chris Hadfield, was asked if it was “grim” for him and his family to plan what would happened if he had died in space.

this was his reply:

I view it as necessary—no, positive. Most people live in fear, because they would rather not face up to the most probable things to go wrong. So instead of feeling calm and confident with the plan, instead they go around with this knot in their stomachs, fingers crossed, hoping bad thing don’t happen. But bad things happen all the time.

So why go around with stress and worry? Why do it? You don’t have to. It’s totally up to you. Give yourself a plan and then practice dealing with it.

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