Look for a way of life, unmoored from staring at the donut hole.
Conversely, the hybrid of work and life is what makes the donut whole.
The game of goal-setting is paradoxically non-interventionist.
You don’t attack the carrot, you chew on it slowly.
The policy of non-engagement holds into force the inertia of nature’s progress.
Overworked and lost in the myriad force of competition and conformity, you inevitably emerge with fewer exuberant efforts and more residual impact.
What remains is essential, remarkably slow, vanished is the hurry.
“No need to hurry. No need to sparkle. No need to be anybody but oneself.” — Virginia Woolf