Dreaming exudes clarity. Only when our mind is in a state of utter relaxation do the disparate parts coalesce.
Yet, the era of self-thought and free will is nearing the end. Unable to sleep, we slump into the distraction of rectangular glows before drowning in information overload. The algorithms ensure we never think for ourselves.
The digital world enslaves our attention rather than liberates our thinking. It also weakens the patience muscle.
Ideas, fantasies, theories — one can’t innovate nor begin the next one without a state of rest.
Inaction is a form of action.
Disconnecting is a thinking tool, one that is undervalued and deprioritized by the hustle. It reminds people of their purpose to create value rather than acting as passive consumers.
The only hassle is making time to think to see the reality of things. And God knows how painful self-reflection is for many.