The best distraction


You’re with people all day, and you’re happy.

You run out at seven am for a jog. Back by eight. Work on the select disciplines you’ve chosen for yourself until nine thirty, then you head to work until four pm.

You get off work, go rock climbing. Home, relaxation, read a book, eat, then head to bed early.

All well and good. But if your mind stays unquiet when you’re alone, and it bugs you with unfriendly words, maybe there’s something deeper rooted in  your life you need to take care of.

Not simply mask this disquiet with an abundance of work.

Sometimes busyness is the best distraction.


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