Are We Really Busy Or What??? [PART-9]

Doing nothing is far more productive than people think it is, as for me ‘not doing anything’ also includes even ‘not thinking as well of doing anything’ this nothing nourishes my soul it’s the most wanted diet for your brain and soul indulging in hours or in days of nothingness is a smarter way to live and work and of course signifying the statement of ‘live to work’ or ‘work to live’ even in workplace too a disconnected time should be taken for yourself checking out the dos and don’ts list a key aspect in many workplace zones is to take strolls after meals, do meditation or do some yoga to release that stress to be disconnected is possibly the first step to an idle mind it is of such importance in today’s world for instance if you see FRANCE the government has actually passed a law for a ‘productive break’ it gives the citizens the right to disconnect after office hours in short to be more precise the workers cannot be asked to check the official mails or go through any records or either respond to them after office hours, isn’t that cool? Now where on earth is it return that we have to work 24/7 of course in INDIA a spectacled nose with a bitter frown on the face as if that person has got all the responsibilities of this world to undertake or he or she has to save this planet from aliens, they hardly decorate their faces with any smile! They find it taxable may be now with an added ‘GST’ (Goods and Services Tax) even common live free just one moment and the whole carnival called life would drastically come to an abrupt halt…

Earlier whiling away was the rhetoric for not doing something useful with life but now in this age of 24/7 where busyness is the only way of life or as people pretend it to be but which they are not but yes their brains fingers and eyes are very much doing overtime even as we think busyness to be but it is not may be the fingers are furiously working on Smartphones…

to be continued…




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