In Praise of Idleness

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Being able to intelligently fill the hours of idleness is the last product of civilization, and nowadays very few people have reached this level.

Bertrand Russell, In Praise of Idleness, 1930

 

I do not seem free a man who don’t laze occasionally.

Marco Tullio Cicerone (lawyer)

 

What else can you say after so much wisdom?
just that if you do not feel to go for walks, go horse riding or cycling, to make excursions to the nearby cities of art, to visit parks and museums, go shopping, to practice a sport (even if the trump), but you just want to relax and enjoy the tranquility of the surrounding nature, perhaps with a good book, and nights accomplices of your privacy, if only to sleep, Guinzano is the place for you.
Intorno troverete solo i suoni ed i colori di una incontaminata natura  posta all’interno di un Sito di Importanza Comunitaria; no noise of traffic or skies hidden by light pollution.
The ideal place to find yourself.

quel pezzo là in fondo ~ that bit over there