Is that even possible, doing nothing? After all, you are always doing something, even if you do nothing at all. And how difficult is doing nothing, really? It’s more difficult than doing something, that’s for sure. Before you have time to do nothing, there’s always something to do. But you never get around to doing nothing. You can safely say; doing nothing is hard work.
Take your time to go flitting and strolling. A guilty conscience keeps you from loafing and loafing. Being idle makes time stand still, lets you zoom out, daydream and forget. If you can do that, you will regain strength, new ideas and insights. From now on, make more frequent use of your latent and hidden talent for doing absolutely nothing. Let the turtle set your pace.