Many people in the world today fill their lives with “doing.” The sentiment is that if you aren’t doing five things, you’re not doing enough and therefore you are not good enough. The more things we can do, then, the better we are. While we’re so busy doing all these things, however, our relationships are suffering and we are losing sight of our purpose which we are born to explore. This is a problem that can be solved with perspective. Doing nothing, according to Keri Nola, actually is productive. For starters, doing nothing allows you to recharge your batteries. Rest gives us time to recuperate so that we can work more efficiently later.
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