I’d Write More, But the Kids Want Dinner

Advice from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute:

Protracted relaxation, besides eating up time, interferes with the momentum of a life of work.

Not that I had not already learned this advice from life experience, but it is rather depressing to see work expressed as the purpose of life. We work. We die. The end.I had rather hoped that at the end of the work there was, well, an end to it.

No such luck, says ISI.

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