Indeed, that’s the mistake the ceaselessly busy make.
They think they are better for the frenzy, in fact, it’s the moments of stillness that afford them the ability to be so busy.
Stillness was where Joan Rivers did her best writing—no one can write without quiet and reflection.
Stillness, ironically, is how Odysseus waited out six-headed monsters and ship-swallowing storms.
Be kind, be helpful or begone!