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I need a root canal, the snow's almost gone and I'm reading a lot...how's your March?I've got to admit, the birds, chirping like their lives depend on it are a welcome distraction. As they nest, trill, and twitterpate, my mind keeps trailing to the outdoors where I like to walk and get perspective.
A theme of my March has been reading about the importance of disconnecting from the matrix of our ever-present forms of media to experience solace in nature.
These themes appear and are well argued in two completely different books I'm reading: Cal Newport's new book Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World and an oldie goldie from Dallas Willard, The Great Omission.