Rest is a skill like any other. And the only way to improve a skill is to practice it.
Just because you can multitask doesn’t mean you should.
The most essential freedoms we can receive to aid in our pursuit of happiness don’t need to be legislated by Congress. We can gift them to ourselves and others.
Environment may be more powerful than willpower, but habits are the most powerful of all. Change requires daily practice.
Naps and sleep can feel indulgent — a luxury for those who have time. But they are essential to our work. Without them, the work we do is a waste of time.
Freedom is not a destination, but a path of constant permission and acceptance.
It seems that almost everyone is in a hurry to get to the next place. The future. There’s just one problem: we can’t catch it.