This is the very bracing Prayer of St. Ephrem, heard at the Liturgy of Pope St. Gregory the Great, copied here for easy local reference, inasmuch as boy'o'boy, could we ever use the reminder:
O LORD, Master of my life, grant that I may not be infected with the spirit of slothfulness and inquisitiveness, with the spirit of ambition and vain talking.
Grant instead to me, your servant, the spirit of purity and of humility, the spirit of patience and neighborly love.
O Lord and King, grant me the grace of being aware of my sins and of not thinking evil of those of my brethren.
For you are blessed, now and ever, and forever.
On an especially good day, maybe 0.5 out of 11 approximated temporarily. The score would improve significantly merely with calmed verbal near-silence, a long shot but worth attempting. Could we give it an emergency run for the next, what, 78 hours?