Worrying does not take away tomorrow’s troubles, it takes away today’s peace.
This rings true for me, because I used to worry about everything. I listened to a friend who told me how he handles situations when I get all riled up. He assesses the situation, and if he can do anything to make it better, he does. If he can’t, then he stops worrying.
Pretty much like the serenity prayer, which in my door to door days I saw on quite a porchways and doormats.
It asks for the serenity to accept the things you can’t change, the courage to change what you can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
Worrying won’t make it better.