10 Lessons from the book digital minimalism

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Our sociality is simply too complex to be outsourced to a social network or reduced to instant messages and emojis.

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running is cheaper than therapy.

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All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone,” Blaise Pascal famously wrote in the late seventeenth century.

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Leisure Lesson #1: Prioritize demanding activity over passive consumption.

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here crucial benefits provided by solitude: “new ideas; an understanding of the self; and closeness to others.

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Where we want to be cautious . . . is when the sound of a voice or a cup of coffee with a friend is replaced with ‘likes’ on a post.

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Solitude Deprivation A state in which you spend close to zero time alone with your own thoughts and free from input from other minds.

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Simply put, humans are not wired to be constantly wired.

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