Is it advisable to wake up early in the morning

India
March 20, 2007 3:38am CST
It is said that Early to Bed and Early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.However, in the current hectic schedule and the age of call centres and BPOs, is it really possible to follow the saying.
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@oarnamav (2708)
• India
20 Mar 07
All the sayings always have a hidden meaning in them. The word to word meaning all the time can not be the proper way to understand these sayings as such I think. The above said saying by you should be taken as, you should go to bed as early as possible when you finish your work. The work here means your regular work + your duties that you are supposed to perform in your family & the life. I further would say that avoid chats and unwanted night-outs or useless party's and wandering on the roads with no cause and all such things after the work is over. Kindly do not contradict it in demanding some amusment and enjoyment for relaxasion after the work. Because this enjoyment in otherwise manner only you are supposed to stop as is said in the saying. You are supposed to sleep on your work table at 8:00 pm when you are in night shift or in a call center in night hours. The saying has mentioned the word as early to bed means in bed in the evening and early to rise means early at sunrise. The words evening and morning are ommitted u pl note.
@oarnamav (2708)
• India
20 Mar 07
Read this line.... You are supposed to sleep on your work table at 8:00 pm as.... You are "NOT" supposed to sleep on your work table at 8:00 pm. SORRY FOR THE TYPING MISTAKE.
@lucas528 (324)
• Northern Mariana Islands
20 Mar 07
I'd say: not to all of us. It all defends on schedule. If you work at night then you cant go to bed early and cant wake up early. But I dont believe, nowadays, that you can be a healthy, wealthy and wise man if you just wake up early. I mean, if you work hard and got some luck...then you'll be wealthy. If you take care of your health then you would be healthy...and so so.
@fidainc (412)
• Singapore
20 Mar 07
Yes it still apply in present time. For instance... SCHOOL ------ - student wakes up late - student gets detention - studies/reputation disrupted - reflected in testimonial for future employer to see WORK ---- - say you and your colleague are just as good in your job but there's only room for 1 promotion - would your boss pick someone who's always late for work?