God is the only goal I have today.
That's it. As soon as I think that, my fears dissolve. That is, fear is not just fear. It is my goal of fear. Yes, all my fear is made by me to meet the goal. Once I am afraid, I have no chance of knowing God and knowing I am loved and cared for and safe.
But as soon as I shift my goal from fear to God, I feel fine. I have no goal in this world.
Today I had a bit of extra time. First I bought a new treadmill; a good one from an equipment supplier, not a box store. I need this to reduce my concrete running and to do hill workouts here in flat Houston.
Then, after a little "work from home" and lunch, I went out for a 9 mile jog in the park across the street.
An interaction with another person today left me with a low grade ego resentment. As I ran laps around the park, I sorted through my fear. After about 1 hour and 20 minutes, I realized I could give it to God. And so I did. It vanished.
Nothing can bother me if I stick to my goal: God is the only goal I have today.