Rather than considering the “Ideal Day,” we think about what a series of days might look like in a well-lived life. Playing with the idea of rhythms, we know that we want to do more of some things, and less of others. These will add up to make a life in which more of the days are aligned with our sense of beauty.
Let us leave aside, permanently, the possibility that you can do something that everybody will agree on. Who are you trying to impress? Who are you afraid of? When you say, “they” say, who is the formless, nameless “they” referring to? Doctors? Experts? Your parents or your teachers? The other parents at your kids’ school? […]
If you are like most of us, there is a big gap between what you love to do and how you spend most of your time. In fact, there are almost certainly simple things that you love that you never (or almost never) do. I know, because I’ve heard you say it: “Gee, I love […]