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Most of us live such crazy, busy lives that we seldom have time to think, to rest, to have fun or do nothing. We substitute small things we can squeeze into our tightly packed schedules that we count as our time to relax – collapsing in front of a screen or drinking a bottle of wine. We feel it’s the best we can manage, and we hope it makes us feel like we’ve had some time for ourselves before the cycle starts all over again. Our time to recharge somehow gets relegated to the back room in the basement where we keep the things we know we want but can’t or won’t find the space for.
The truth is, living this way is a bit like saying we don’t have time to fill up with gas because we are too busy driving. Sooner or later we are going to run out of fuel.
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