Touching on the vibe of the Japan Disaster tone, it brings out a lot of emotions about your own problems in life, and how we can often be guilty of exploding a situation into something which is completely different to its original form.
If you can fix a problem, then fix it.
The Dalai Lama has tons of scripture about action, and how one should act, you should note the line is that if you can do something, and affect a situation then you should not worry. If it isn't fixable and then worry is no help to that. Of course human nature is condition to worry and dwell on items that are outside of our control and it would take a lot of reserve programming to achieve a state of relaxation when something is beyond our control.
It is important that no benefit is based in worrying, no benefit can be pulled from that state of human emotion. Benefit is in action, specifically, positive actions.
"An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea."