"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.
Each day has enough trouble of its own."
The Gospel of Matthew 6:34
All creatures are wired up in such a way that they instinctively operate to ward off any perceived threats. We humans also have our insecurities and deep-rooted animal angst that have us feeling vulnerable. This bestial defensiveness coupled with our faculty for thinking about the future is likely a big contributor to our high rates of anxiety, aggression and depression.
But there is good news. We don't have to identify ourselves with the transient emotions and impulses that constantly affect our thoughts. Rather, we can be at the steering wheel guiding each day's thoughts and action according to some kind of moral compass. Then, it becomes a matter of having done one's best to do good, and just trusting the universe to unfold accordingly.
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