"Worrying is the most pervasive form of fear-based expression in the world. If you give it your power, then that power will come to contain and limit you.
Worrying has many colors, spanning from self-punishment, to the ass-backwards belief that you must be a particularly caring and worthy person to spend so much of your time worrying.
Worrying is an intellectual extrapolation of our primal physical survival instinct — an instinct that now rarely serves us.
See how the act of worrying gives your energy to your fears and serves to manifest, rather than prevent, what you are worrying about.
To worry is a demonstration of a lack of trust in yourself."