by Patrick Magee, author of Brain Dancing
"It is difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and reality of tomorrow." -- Robert Goddard
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|Are You Getting Enough Mental Rest?||
One way I know if an activity is giving me effective mental rest is by how I perceive time passage. If an activity is restful, time seems to slow down. Four hours cruising on a boat often feels like two whole days. Time isn't dragging along; it just feels like we've packed two days of life into those four hours. Not that we rush around on these trips. In fact, it's just the opposite. Activities are scheduled very loosely and we just "go with the flow". If you doubt the possibility of perceiving time in such a nonlinear fashion, consider the words of Paul Harvey when he asked, "How long is a minute?" After a brief pause he replied, "I guess that depends which side of the bathroom door you're on."
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