“You know, Tohru-Kun, when you get anxiety about the future, it's better not to think about it.”
“For example, let's say that you are surrounded with a mountain of laundry piled so high around your feet that you can't move. Now, let's assume you don't have a washing machine, so you have to wash everything individually by hand. You'd worry about if you could ever wash everything, if you could get it all clean, if you'd ever have time for anything but laundry again!”
“The more you'd think about it, the more anxious you'd get . But time keeps passing, and the laundry doesn't wash itself. It might be a good idea to start washing the laundry right at your feet. Of course it's important to htink about what lies ahead, too... but if you only look at what's down the road, you'll get tangled in the laundry at your feet and you'll fall, won't you?”
“You see, it's also important to think about what you can do now, what you can do today.”
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