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Andrew, I agree with most of what you say. I do think that the results are likely moderated by culture. I also agree that "idleness-aversion" is probably most intense in American culture. Finally, I totally agree that the ability to be idle (or still) or more generally, not feel pressured to keep doing something is very important for realizing greater happiness.
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