unknown@wiki 【EC】worry


"Worrying is like a rocking chair: it gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere." — Unknown


1. Do you always worry?

2. What makes you worry?

3. What do you do when you are worried?


"We could never learn to be brave and patient if there were only joy in the world." Helen Keller


1. Would you say that your life has been easy?

2. What are your daily challenges?

3. What makes you happy?


Necessity makes even the timid brave.” — Sallust, Roman historian and politician (c. 86-c. 35 B.C.)


1. Have you changed?

2. What necessity made you change?

3. Have you obtained everything you needed?


The world has no room for cowards.” — Robert Louis Stevenson, Scottish novelist and adventurer (1850-1894)


1. Are you a coward?

2. Who is the bravest person you know?

3. Who is the most coward person you know?


"No one reaches a high position without daring." — Publilius Syrus, Syrian-born Latin writer of maxims (fl. 1st century B.C.)


1. What was the most daring thing you have done?

2. How do you face challenges?

3. Do you like challenging other people?


//daring: 大胆な

-wise as suffix


otherwise: そうしないと

That article was insightful blogwise, but too inaccurate wikiwise.


Clockwise: 右回りで,クロックに従って

Bitwise (bitwise operators)




Worry refers to negative self-talk that often distracts the mind from focusing on the problem at hand

Uncertainty: 不確実性




 I am always disappointed in myself