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October 3, 2019

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Why Busyness is Actually Modern Laziness

There is more to life than increasing its speed.

– Mahatma Gandhi –

Why Busyness is Actually Modern Laziness

“Action addiction is an advanced sort of laziness. It keeps us busily occupied with tasks. The busier we keep ourselves, the more we avoid being confronted with questions of life and death. As we keep ourselves occupied with tasks, important or not, we avoid facing life. We keep a safe and comfortable distance to the issues that are sometimes hard to look at. Have we chosen the right career? Are we present enough with our children? Is our life purposeful?” { read more }

Be The Change

Bring attention this week to the pace of your activity and the presence and purpose behind it. Notice what you notice.

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