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The Cat That Snored

And the importance of afternoon naps

Since ancient times humans have enjoyed afternoon naps. It is a powerful way to recharge. Even today in some parts of the world people’s daily lives are segmented to allow for this revitalization. Work is interrupted, activity comes to a brief rest and things become quiet so that humans can luxuriate in the afternoon siesta.

Earthling — Lifelong novelist & essayist — https://whitefeather.substack.com/

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