Our son, Chris, recently read this and loved it. Since I’ve had it on my “to read” list for many years, I decided to give it a go.
As I say in the title, Pieper is not talking about leisure in the way that most people think. All I will say here is that leisure relates to school, learning, and having time to ponder what really matters.
Most Americans don’t value the ancient idea (and ideal) of leisure. We are driven, distracted, and intoxicated with the tangible signs of success. We were created for so much more than these trivial pursuits.
Let Pieper show you the way forward!