It’s alarming to think how much time we waste worrying about what has happened and what hasn’t happened. We overanalyse our past behaviour and wish we’d done something differently. We overcomplicate our future by expecting the worst scenario. We breed turmoil, anxiety and insecurity, most of which is completely unnecessary. Worst of all, we rob and deprive ourselves of the happiness we hope to have today, because our worrying encroaches on and stains anything in it’s path. We shouldn’t ignore our problems, but there is usually an appropriate time to deal with the problem or to let go and move on. Worrying really doesn’t accomplish anything.