“Some of the most fruitful thinking times are when I wake after sleeping a few hours, and in the seamless time when nothing needs to be done, not even getting up, I meditate.”
–May Sarton, Journal of a Solitude
When is your most fruitful time for thinking—in the middle of the night, before you get out of bed, in the shower, during a run, walking the dog, in the car?
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