By Jim Campbell
November 15th, 2019
Doing nothing, which BTW, is not a sin as some people would have us believe, can be intentional (though that could arguably be considered doing something), or unintentional.
And, no, it’s not “hard to do” unless you are one of those persons who believe idleness is sinful, ala the old adage, “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop.”
Doing nothing should be a regular part of everyone’s day who find themselves busy to the point of exhaustion.
Well not everyone, many of us were like racehorses hooked to a plow when we worked in the real world.
It can be extremely beneficial to take a reasonable amount of one’s time to slow down, clear one’s mind, and allow some degree of serenity to overcome a hyperactive mind.
It would be easy for me to say that I’m dialed in since I retired at a very young age.
In reality, I’m busier now than I worked in the real working world doing my best to support capitalism.
We are, after all, human beings, not human doings.