Humans are not machines

There’s an optimal time of day for just about everything.

It’s too bad that we rarely align these optimums the way we eat, sleep, work, educate….

Trying to mash human creavity and dynamism into a 9-5 day divided into discrete, Outlook-friendly, one-hour chunks is an affront to our humanity.

Using this reality as an excuse not to engage, be generous, and WORK is even worse.

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