rush and nervous strain of the competitive business world of today. This I believe is my anchor in life, the unchanging constant providing me with the correct perspective on life and the world at large.
There have been days in my life which seemed to consume all my energy and yet, which at the end, appeared totally wasted, leaving me tired mentally, exhausted physically, and thoroughly discouraged. If I remain close to my business problems after work, there is almost no chance of achieving the detached view necessary to relax and recover the mental balance required for success and happiness. When I get down in the dumps, feeling cross as a bear, and finding little good in anything, I find the only sure cure lies at home. My wife is only too well acquainted with the myriad variations in humor of her husband returning