Buddhist monks and Zen practitioners have a proverb or saying on why there is no use in worrying. Worrying about something is pointless.
The Buddhist proverb on worrying:
“If you have a problem that can be fixed, then there is no use in worrying. If you have a problem that cannot be fixed, then there is no use in worrying.” – Buddhist proverb
The Zen saying on worrying:
“If the problem has a solution, worrying is pointless, in the end the problem will be solved. If the problem has no solution, there is no reason to worry, because it can’t be solved.” – Zen saying