Mark Twain (1835-1910) famously said:
Ninety-Five Percent of my problems never happened.
The mind is powerful, creating problems that don’t exist:
There is no need to worry; but if there is anything you need, pray for it, asking God for it with prayer and thanksgiving (eυχαριστία) (Philippians 4).
Note Paul’s employment of the word Eucharist.
The Church makes a breathtaking claim about the Eucharist:
The entire spiritual good of the Church is contained in the Eucharist (CCC 1324).
Can this be true?
Yes. On the one hand, the Eucharist is one of the seven sacraments:
Jesus acts in each of the sacraments, but in the Holy Eucharist, Jesus not only acts in the sacrament, but he is the sacrament – his body, blood, soul and divinity.
On the other hand, the Eucharist is the sacred action whereby Jesus’ death and resurrection is made present:
Use your imagination: Go back in time and imagine you are present at Jesus’ death and resurrection, or imagine that Jesus’s death and resurrection is happening now, today.
Either way, your imagination is actual reality. Christ’s death and resurrection is happening now in the Eucharist.
For this reason, there is no need to worry.