How to be Idle- Tom Hodgkinson

Three reasons why we are reading this book in a class about the environment… Well

1) Maybe it’s teaching us to take life less seriously and to actually live and appreciate what we have… like appreciating the out doors and nature and the wilderness and things of that sort?

2) “The idler’s desire is to live with no rules, or only rules that have been invented by himself.” (228) The environment lives by no rules, only rules invented by itself.

3) In the life of somebody that is an idler they care more about living life rather than material goods and following the system… The environment teaches people to live life and there are no material goods there.

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