We’re obsessed with making our lives easier. For as long as history spans, the human race has consistently found ways to improve & make things better &/or more efficient. Bigger, smaller, better, faster, . Nothing wrong with that at all. It drives innovation & if anything will only get better (or worse, depending on how you look at it). You may be thinking to yourself, “OK… this is common sense… why do I care?”. Chances are, you’re probably very busy right now doing something important, & once you finish that, you’ll move on to something else. It’s a vicious cycle that never ends, so it’s debatable whether all of this progress is really making things easier, or if it’s just helping us get things done quicker so we can move on to the next task. Why is that? It should be easier, shouldn’t it? I mean, if you’ve used some technological advancement to finish a certain task in half the time, then you should be able to use the rest of the time to goof around, right? Or maybe something along those lines? Work half a day, goof off the rest? Why does that idea seem to have such a negative connotation?