T. S. Eliot observed that we measure out our lives in coffee spoons. Actually, we are more likely to do it on an electronic scale. I put 12 grams of loose leaf tea in a beaker each morning. They use a scale at the coffee shop too. But my life is not measured that way. … Continue reading in defense of meetings
Boredom is what we call our diminished capacity for solitude. And so we have no space or time or art to make things that matter.