How To Do Nothing

Productivity is not the only measure of time well spent. Some of the most important scientific innovations and inventions were “happened upon,” unplanned, after years of unproductive, leisurely puzzling. 

I found this interesting read that instantly left me needing for calm waters as I cruise into this very busy world. So, right away I am sharing this very peaceful piece of writing with you my dear busy readers and fellow bloggers who, sometimes, the changing shapes of clouds need your attention, too. Oh, before you read it, go find a peaceful place first where you can free your mind then relax, breathe, read on and seize the moment. Trust me it’ll be worth it. 🙂

Life indeed is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated. #

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