I can remember so well, one day when we lost a patient in the operating room. Lost one of the patients back on the cardiac ward, and so forth, and I was very depressed. I went and talked to Dr. Blalock, and I said we ought to cancel the schedule for the rest of the week, and sort of get ourselves back together. And he said, “No. We didn’t do anything wrong. We did our best.” He said, “You just go ahead and schedule tomorrow’s cases as if nothing had gone wrong.” He said, “I think I’m going to go out and play nine holes of golf myself.” And that was a good lesson to me, you know. The only way you can get over this discouragement, or sadness, is to keep on working. The human mind has a way of putting some of those things in a distant corner, and you just go ahead with your life, and try to overcome those disappointments.