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As a young father, I learned to live in the moment. And to enjoy the moment. I think it was the time when the doctors thought I might have a brain tumor or an aneurysm. I'd been having headaches for several weeks, and they just wouldn't go away. As a young professor back then, I had been under considerable stress, or, perhaps, was creating considerable stress in my life by over-involving myself in what at the time seemed to be important activities.