Jul 11
Busyness serves as a kind of existential reassurance, a hedge against emptiness; obviously your life cannot possibly be silly or trivial or meaningless if you are so busy, completely booked, in demand every hour of the day.
Tim Kreider, The ‘Busy’ Trap (New York Times)

Yes. If you haven’t read this article, it’s not one to be missed.

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