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The Virtues of Leisure
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The Virtues of Leisure

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The Virtues of Leisure

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Al Gini, author of The Importance of Being Lazy, says that leisure is about recreating and rediscovering ourselves. It's a definition Aristotle might have approved of. NPR's Susan Stamberg kicks off a series on leisure time by speaking with Gini.

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