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There is a time for being ahead, a time for being behind; a time for being in motion, a time for being at rest; a time for being vigorous, a time for being exhausted; a time for being safe, a time for being in danger. The Master sees things as they are, without trying to control them. She lets them go their own way, and resides at the center of the circle.
Lao Tzu
Tao Te Ching
I frequently worry that being productive is the surest way to lull ourselves into a trance of passivity and busyness the greatest distraction from living, as we coast through our lives day after day, showing up for our obligations but being absent from our selves, mistaking the doing for the being.
Maria Popova
'The Shortness of Life: Seneca on Busyness and The Art of Living Wide Rather Than Living Long' at Brain Pickings

With today’s mega-release of new Apple software, I think it’s a perfect occasion to share the next “Newsletters I Like” pick – MacStories Weekly.

On MacStories, my pal Federico Viticci and his team of experts consistently deliver thoughtful analysis and in-depth reviews of anything and everything related to Apple products. They now offer the MacStories Weekly newsletter every Friday. Think of it as a sort of end-of-the-week recap: Good articles you may have missed, app picks, interesting links, and “Tips from Ticci” himself.

You should sign up before this Friday’s edition as I’m guessing that this week’s issue will be one for the record books!1

  1. Yes – I’m aware that there are no record books for email newsletters, nor should there be. It’s just a figure of speech… Why do you always have to be so literal about these things, huh? []
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