Most of us plan our activity. But how many of us spend time thinking of ways to really do nothing? To reach such a goal requires true organization and a concept of how to not do anything.

Some deep thinkers touched upon this concept. In the sage words of the Marx Brothers (I would have looked up the exact quote, but it required too much effort) "We got up at 7 and by 7:30 we had had breakfast and were back in our pajamas." Few people can equal the insight of this profound artistic understatement.

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