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Sir William Osler’s ‘way of life’

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A ship is divided into watertight compartments. They can be either opened or closed to keep the ship afloat. Sir William Osler, the famous Canadian physician, used that principle to form an action philosophy relevant for today’s stress-filled lifestyles.

• Divide your life into “day-tight compartments,” and try not to worry about what you left undone yesterday, or what you have to do tomorrow.

• When your day’s work is done, don’t try to get a jump on tomorrow’s to get ahead. Say that your work is done for the day—relax and enjoy pursuits that bring you personal satisfaction.

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