Our life’s are to be useful. Advice for productivity and outsourcing fills up bookstores, weekends and heads. We are to use our time wisely.
Just that nobody actually knows what‘s useful. We assume – by what we learn, by what we constructed as society – that we know.
We are starting to realize that our focus on utility can‘t be it. Because once we really start questioning ourselves if what we are doing at that moment is useful in a grander scheme, the answer is more often than not: it‘s useless.
Since everything is useless anyways, why not embrace it and at least do something useless we enjoy.