“My question about all this is: And then? You rush through the writing, the researching, the watching, the listening, you’re done with it, you get it behind you — and what is in front of you? Well, death, for one thing. For the main thing.”
Prior to this post Jacobs posted several quotes of people using AI to write their articles or do their work and then he asks this and I think it's a wonderful question. Why are we racing through all the things? Why do we think that doing more is necessarily better or will lead to a better life? I've been slowing down, in many ways, over the last month and I gotta say, it's led to a lot more enjoyment of what I'm doing in any given moment.