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85% of What You Worry about Never Happens.

And the news gets even better from there.

Photo by Charles Black and Courtesy of Chuck Black Photography

“Thank you for all you did for me,” the elderly man said as I discharged him from the hospital.

“You’re welcome,” I said. “It was a pleasure caring for you.”

That wasn’t true. I did like this man, but it had been stressful caring for him. I had missed out on sleep…




Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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Charles Black M.D.

Charles Black M.D.

Dr. Charles Black is a general surgeon, author, photographer, outdoorsman, world traveler and fireside philosopher. Website:https://chuckbphilosophy.com

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