Not sure who to attribute this to, but these 10 "commandments", of sorts, are truly worth trying to apply to our daily lives.
1. Thou shalt not worry, for worry is the most unproductive of all human activities.
2. Thou shalt not be fearful, for most of the things we fear never come to pass.
3. Thou shalt not cross bridges before you get to them, for no one yet has succeeded in accomplishing that.
4. Thou shalt face each problem as it comes. You can handle only one at a time, anyway.
5. Thou shalt not borrow other people's problems. They can take better take care of them than you can.
6. Thou shalt not take problems to bed with you for they make poor bed fellows.
7. Thou shalt not try to relive yesterday for good or ill- it is gone. Concentrate on what is happening in your life today.
8. Thou shalt count they blessings, never overlooking the small ones, for a lot of small blessings add up to a big one.
9. Thou shalt be a good listener, for only when you listen do you hear ideas different from your own. It's very hard to learn something when you're talking.
10. Thou shalt not become bogged down by frustration, for 90 percent of it is rooted in self pity and it will only interfere with positive action.
If anyone knows who wrote this, please let me know. I'd like to give credit, where credit is due.
A relative of mine gave this to me with the title "My Ten Commandments by: Rabbi Eckstein", but google came up empty, so still not positive.