Each week on our planet, humans are given 168 hours of life. Let’s generously grant that the average American spends eight hours per day asleep – a cumulative total of 56 hours per week. Let’s also generously grant that at least five days out of the week, the same average American spends eight hours per day working, ideally allocating 40 hours per week to activities that secure an income, though in our current times this number seems too often far smaller or far greater. But if we’re only concerned with averages, out of the 168 hours available for our hearts to pulse and our lungs to breathe, we spend 96 of them either unconscious or obliged to work. Out of the available minutes we have, it is the leftover minority that we are granted to spend actually living our lives.