False Alarm


False Alarm

Feeling alarmed
does not always mean
there is cause for alarm.

If you cannot differentiate
false from true alarms,
you will be easily alarmed.

Observe mindfully
to realise that panic itself
is not always cause for alarm.

(Pic: ‘Anxious Little Monsters: A Gentle Mental Health Companion for Anxiety and Stress’ by Verity Crosswell)

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