Use Your Hands

It’s twofoldly rewarding to do something with your hands (e.g. build a cottage, fix your bike or cut some meat – although I suggest you tackle that list backwardly): The process gives you as much joy as does the finished result. You can see the progress you’re making without delay. Just mens et manus. It’s what we’ve been doing for millenia – and it can still give you a lot of pride today.

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