I like the sound of doing nothing!
Yes, as do I, but that was not quite the intention I had in mind. To do nothing is to work harder still; as achieving nothing is ever elusive —ever more so. To think clearly in order to achieve the utmost inner creative potential is synonymous to focused time free from distraction. “Emptiness which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities.” The sparkling allure of convenience dazzles us with time-saving, material-saving, copy-pasted options, at what loss? For how better to spend one’s time, than to occupy oneself in the unique labour of creativity? Making proregenerative choices of consumption and creative production will likely take more time, effort, restraint, awareness, discussion and often capital. Yet the long-term net gain is evident and often priceless —whose shade you know you may never sit in.
Before rushing into the consumption and production of anything, sit & breathe and contemplate the long-term implications of your actions and choices.