The Quiet Contemplation of Inactivity

One more reason why being outdoors “doing nothing” has fans.

The Quiet Contemplation of Inactivity.

Author: John Wegner is a Professor of English and the Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Research at Angelo State University.

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5 responses to “The Quiet Contemplation of Inactivity

  1. Oh, I struggle with this conundrum. I really do not think that boredom is possible. The mind is always in a state of somethingness. Well, to be honest, I do not know how to do nothing. That’s the existential question: Are we ever really doing nothing? Contemplation is by far a terrifically poignant state. See where the post took me. Thanks.

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