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Stress and Illness

  /   Sunday September 05, 2004  

Normally, the New York Times is way off-base, but this time the blind squirrel has found an acorn. No doubt there are companies taking shortcuts and trying to “do more with less.” They do so without counting the human cost. This has been going on for ages.

There’s also another element that isn’t considered here. As the Baby Boomers age, there will be fewer people to take over thanks to contraception. This will mean more work for us to support them in their retirement. I also know how life can be in a profession that is in short supply. Pharmacists are few and far between. This does give us higher salaries, but it does mean more work and more stress.

One thing that will help all of us, including myself, is to put more trust in God. This applies also to those executives who are only concerned with the bottom line. We must remember that all that we have is not for us. It is useless for us to gain the whole world and lose our souls.

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