As much as I believe the quote above, sometimes you just can't help but worry. Shouldn't we just be thankful, that whatever comes will be what God wants for us? Our minds can know this, but what we doubt is whether we can handle or accept it. There is good to be found in everything, so don't let your worry blind you from it. May we fill our minds with thoughts of peace, courage, health, and hope, for "our life is what our thoughts make it."
How to break the worry habit before it breaks you........[found this on the internet by Dale Carnagie]
--Crowd worry out of your mind by keeping busy. Plenty of action is one of the best therapies ever devised for curing "wibber gibbers."
--Don't fuss about trifles. Don't permit little things--the mere termites of life--to ruin your happines.
--Use the law of averages to outlaw your worries. Ask yourself: "What are the odds against this thing's happening at all?"
--Co-operate with the inevitable. If you know a circumstance is beyond your power to change or revise, say to yourself: "It is so; it cannot be otherwise."
--Put a "stop-less" order on your worries. Decide just how much anxiety a thing may be worth--and refuse to give it anymore.
--Let the past bury its dead. Don't saw sawdust.