Worry is an unrest in the soul.
Worry confines me to defensive strategies in order to survive.
Worry trust the illusion that I can control outcomes.
Worry narrows my imagination to the domain of what I can think or conceive.
Worry constantly and only at whatever is already known in order to make sure that nothing has changed or nothing has moved.
Worry captivates my mind in endless rehearsals of all possible scenarios in order to be prepared and ready for anything life throws at me.
In these ways, worry imprisons my mind.
Worry is a form of confinement.