It is as important to nothing well as it is to do something well. The saying goes that if something is worth doing, it is worth doing well. If something is not worth doing then we have to decide if we will not do it or not do it well, or if we will do it well anyway. However, I think that it is really important to be able to do nothing well and to take the time for doing nothing pleasurably.
When we do nothing, our minds rest. Thoughts flow. Tensions are released. We are free. It is best if we do nothing positively, but I think it is good even the negativity creeps in. Of course, we should not dwell on negativity, but we probably ought to at least acknowledge uncomfortable or even uncharitable feelings and thoughts and then find ways to dispose of them.
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