The hardest thing to do is nothing at all, Oscar Wilde

Some things you come across in life that are so obvious you immediately think

“Why didn’t I think of that sooner?”

Pascal said ‘Most of mens problems stem from being unable to sit in a room and do nothing.’

It just so happens that I am an expert at doing nothing.

How could I go against the wisdom of Oscar Wilde and Pascal?

Whoever they were or whatever they did.

Thought is a trap

I could say I have given this post great thought,but thought isn’t doing nothing is it?

I would have fallen at the first hurdle.

Thus follows my essay on following these two esteemed gentlemen’s words to the letter :

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