"If life has taught me anything, it’s that most of the things you’ve worried about have never happened."- Ruth Rendell.
This is so true. Humans have become too worrisome that, they have learnt to worry into the future.
There is this sudden expectation of what might go wrong for might be coming up in a time we have no idea about or how it will pan out.
Daily living has its challenges already and it will do you a whole lot of good to stay with the moment and stop panicking into the future. Be sacred if and when you have to and not before.
Manny fear about failing from a venture they will be embarking on in a week's time and that fear just leaves them grounded in their own backyard of nightmares and disappointment where everything else just seems to be programmed to go wrong.
Today is what you have and hence, you should be worried about the now moments while planning ahead for the next best way to approach the morrow's.
No one is promised tomorrow, we all go to sleep everyday with a belief that, the next hours will be waiting to accept us and usher us into another period of participating in the dramatic journey that is life.
Learn something everyday because there is so much stuffs to learn from life. Don't go breaking your skull over a failure you perceive you will witness tomorrow.
I believe it will be a bad thing to have to worry over that future fail only to find that, you spent the better part of your life fighting a battle you may never have to see in the future if only you spent that energy working on the now.
Prioritize your fear and scare moments, because there are so much important and present fears to take head on.