Busyness

If your job wasn’t performed by a cat or a boa constrictor in a Richard Scarry book I’m not sure I believe it’s necessary.

Brilliant article by Tim Kreider in the New York Times about busyness and idleness.

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Robert Wringham is a humorist and the editor-in-chief of New Escapologist.

One Response to “Busyness”

  1. Longterm says:

    A great essay. The busier I get the more unsettled I become. Yet the more idle I am the busier I think I need to be. This ain’t easy.

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