There's a Hasidic story about a rabbi who was so worried about the state of affairs in the world that he couldn't sleep one night. The rabbi kept tossing and turning and fretting about what was going on. In the middle of the night, the rabbi finally quieted down; he became very still inside, and then he heard the voice of God, Who said, "Rabbi, you need to rest; you go to sleep. I'll stay up and worry about the world." When we get so anxious about how our world is going that we can't sleep at night, we too can become quiet and let go and let God and the universe work things out. We don't have to carry the burden of this life. We can become still inside and let go to a peaceful solution to our worries and our problems.