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The brawny worker discussing work conditions in London's dockland with the reporter came straight to the point: "We don't want more overtime. I would rather have my free time with my family. Also, working overtime only makes you feel tired when you report back to regular working hours."
The worker was pointing up what many people feel they need: sufficient leisure time with their families and friends—time to recharge their energies so that they feel refreshed when they return to work.
Could anything be more pleasurable than leisure actively and wisely pursued? The word conjures up the exuberance of happy children tobogganing, picnics in the countryside, and the deep satisfaction of hearing a Beethoven symphony impressively performed.
JOHN DAVID WINDER
Caution! Children at Play
NANCY S. NELSON
A Use for Unwanted Leisure
JOHN C. F. SIMPSON
The Taste of Joy
JOHN R. PETERSON
Skiing in Heaven
J. DENIS GLOVER
Develop Your Capabilities
MARGRET E. KEATTS
A Declaration of Independence
ERNEST S. BURKS
Everyone Is Talented
Carl J. Welz
Convincing the Skeptic
Alan A. Aylwin
On page 365 of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures...
A healing I had in June, 1969, demonstrates beautifully the...
John Ernest Sweeney with contributions from Frances E. Sweeney
I became interested in Christian Science as a young girl about...
Evelyn H. Tynan with contributions from Beverly T. Maw, Paul B. Decker
My gratitude for the direction, protection, healing, and progress...
Phyllis Frick with contributions from Olivette Mitsch Paulus, Robert C. Paulus
Signs of the Times
Gordon J. Dahl
Letters to the Press
with contributions from Howard Siepen