Bishop Sheen has said that all worry is a form of atheism because it shows a lack of trust in God. Today, things, events, and forecasts may seem so terrible, so forbidding, or so hopeless; yet, tomorrow they are only pages, lines, or words perhaps on the reports of history. The old adage, today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday, serves only to emphasize the written gospel of the historians. This day, this hour, or this moment is never as bad as it seems now.
I believe in the so-called philosophy of optimism. It is a method of reasoning that incorporates the lessons of history. Webster describes optimism, as a state of mind where one anticipates the best possible outcome, when one favorably interprets actions or events, and when one is cheerful and hopeful.