On weekend time (and mind)

weekends and time - Rino Breebaart


Richard P said...

Well put. It's true that the more stimuli we attend to, the more harried and hurried our time becomes. I also think we get addicted to that hurry. It provides a certain excitement and distracts us from the discomfort or emptiness we feel when we aren't racing on to the next thing.

Maybe we can learn something from the aristocrats. In the fine BBC series "Downton Abbey," a duchess utters the shocked and contemptuous words, "What is a 'week-end'?"

Jeanne said...

We are in the process of slowing down and uncluttering our minds. Retirement is a positive thing.

shordzi said...

Thank you for this post.

rino breebaart said...

Ha, I like that 'week-end' quote. I'm gonna drop that into regular conversation.

Like when I bought the book 'How to be Idle' - my wife said: What, you need a book to tell *you* how to be idle?

But seriously, better minds and better outlook benefits everyone.