It's woefully true that 'hurry' has been a family theme for decades. That might be all right except for the accompanying anxiety. At times, mounting stress levels have pushed aside the peace bequeathed to us by our loving Lord. Brethren, these things ought not to be.
Stress has become so much a part of life that it's almost acceptable. A four-year old great-nephew was quoted not long ago saying, "Just come down and bewax." This, being interpreted, is: "calm down and relax".
To follow that advice, it helps greatly to open-heartedly check in with the Psalmist or with the Lord Jesus Himself. In Psalms 119:65 we are pointed to a solution for anxiety: "Great peace have those who love Thy law and nothing shall cause them to stumble."
The One whom Isaiah foresaw as Prince of Peace, said to His followers, "My peace I leave with you." The Apostle Paul spoke peace to all those reading or hearing his letters read. He reminded his friends in Corinth that "God has called us to peace", and wrote the Ephesians that "He Himself is our peace."
When God spoke to Moses in the Wilderness of Sinai, He instructed him to tell Aaron and his sons the way to bless the children of Israel. Say to them:
"The Lord bless you and keep you;
The Lord make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
The Lord lift up His countenance upon you,
And give you peace."-- Numbers 6:24-26 NJKV