Because I know you’re so busy, I’ve condensed this wisdom to 68 syllables. You have time to read it.
It’s harder than it looks to do nothing.
In a culture that is constantly rewarding hustle, output, and “productivity,” often the hardest work is to do nothing and honor the value of our BE-ing.
Although you can push through, it’s not sustainable in the long term. There’s a better way.
In a world that values doing, it takes strength to practice non-doing. This is the discipline of restraint.
Rest is often considered a luxury afforded those who have finished their work. It’s time to view rest as a necessity, and to place a value on this skill.
This might be the most difficult task, but it pays big dividends if you rise to the challenge.