Everything we do now is time-limited, and you do everything with intention. There’s not time to stroll anywhere.
The Shut-In Economy
Lauren Smiley

Funny how the faster things get, the less time we seem to have to get anything done, & having that feeling — that nothing is ever done—means never having any time for doing nothing, which is truly out of which comes creative ideas and expressions, as well as epiphanic realizations and profound personal illumination. That critical, essential sort of “nothing” is being crowded out by too much something all the time.

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