“Write on a piece of paper all the things you are worrying about. If you were worrying this morning that your slippers were misplaced, write it down. If you were worried that the telephone girl gave you the wrong number, write that down too.
"Then, when the whole dark list of your troubles is on paper, take your pencil and strike out those that do not matter -- and see how few there are left.”
When Canadian author Herbert N. Casson wrote Getting Over Difficulties in 1928, he may not have thought his advice would still exist and be relevant in 2015.
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