What would it be like to not worry. To not be that person that thrives on drama or the possibility of something always going wrong. What if your mindset was always in the realm of something constantly going right?
I was observing a friend of mine. We'll call this friend "Harry". Once Harry had one area of his life under perceived control, like clock work he found something else creep up to bring him new, fresh worry and anxiety. I didn't say anything the first few times I saw this behavior. In fact, I didn't even recognize it as a cyclic behavior, because I too would be sucked into the vortex of this new worrying danger of Harry's.
These worries were not made up, they in fact were valid. But sometimes you can't just talk about how big the giant is, how much armor he has on, how loud his voice is, or how scary his friends appear. Sometimes, you have to let it go. You have to let go of the thought that you actually control things. Stop white knuckling the results. Leave the results up to God. The One that is Love.
See, your propensity to experience goodness, good things happening to you, and great love has yet to be truly tapped. Could it be that you are draining your love and victory receivers by pouring energy into the jar of worry.
Once that jar fills up, it immediately falls over, proving to hold nothing worthwhile but wasted time.
Worrying does nothing to add to the stature of your approaching victory.