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I want to point out humans also have the need to be "productively" busy and not just busy.. A person who licks envelopes for a living is probably less happy than a person who uses his brain and gets rewarded. Humans have evolved to a point where their brain (2% of their body weight) needs to be productive in order to be functionally "happy".
My 1 cent is that it is not enough if one is just busy but one has to be productively busy..
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