Perhaps the part that says “everything” can be modified to say “almost everything.” Nevertheless, this famous saying, by an unknown author, is great for putting our worries into perspective. That’s because most of the things we’re stressed about today would have already come and gone. Whatever the outcome (good or bad) would have already happened. Some things will work out and some things won’t. Whatever the case may be, it won’t be the end of the world. Life goes on. Not only will most of the things we’re stressed about now no longer be relevant in a year, but we most likely wouldn’t even recall what they all were.