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Leisure not work is our true calling – Betrand Russell in Praise of Idleness

Not long ago leisure was held in greater esteem than work. Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, De Tocqueville and more recently Barry Jones all saw work as a necessary toil but something to be avoided, it was leisure not work that lead to great insights, true understanding and wisdom. From the quiet contemplation of one’s surrounding, the passive absorption of reality mixed with our …

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Fluid writing

Lets just imagine I want to create a new style of writing one without the old syntax and apostrophes but rather to just have a stream of words and then possibly a directional indicator to tell people when I have started a new or similar stream and then another when I have gone back to my original point or rambling …

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Contented progress (wellbeing)

I want to propose an idea that can make us contented (happy), imaginative, and progressive. Some may say contentment with what we have, and imaginative progress, are not contradictory. But how could we possibly be happy with what we have and still want to imagine and create a better future? I believe we can solve this contradiction by harnessing time …