Helpful for two reasons – one, it provides a vocabulary for a very real and pressing problem that is often difficult to put a finger on. Two, Swenson is a wise man, and dispenses sound wisdom throughout the book. The reader is faced with a stark choice: if you really desire the rest and peace that margin provides, Swenson and common sense show you how to get there. But of course, your life will appear very strange: lazy, complacent, lacking ambition, etc. Your lifestyle will demonstrate what you truly value, and Swenson urges you to choose the good life.
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