Anxiety | Bondage | Comparison | Money | Perspective | Stewardship | Wages | Worry

NO WORRY LEFT
The citizens of Chelm used to spend a lot of time worrying–so much time, in fact, that they started to worry about how much time they spent worrying. The Grand Council of Wise Men met to discuss their worrying, and to find a solution for their problem. They spent the next six days and nights discussing their worry problem. The chairman finally announced a solution: The chimney sweep named Yossel would become their official worrier. They would pay him one Ruble a week to worry for the citizens of Chelm. There seemed to be consensus on this decision, but just before the council voted, one of the council members raised a concern: “Wait a moment,” he…

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