Are you a professional worrier? I used to be.
I would defend it saying, "I'm just being prudent! Using wisdom to think of all the things that could go wrong, so that I'm prepared". - But the truth was: that muddy lens through which I viewed life was not allowing any light to penetrate through. - I worried, and therefore the goodness of each moment passed me by and 'fun' floated away, unharnessed. -- Cory Ten Boom said, "Worry doesn't empty tomorrow of it's sorrow, it empties today of its strength". -- Will you release 'what you cannot know' to God who knows everything you have or will ever experience? -- It's a daily, minute-by-minute release of FOCUSING on worry and it will change your life. God's got this.