Ancient Christian writers used a Latin phrase that I just love. It is translated "Holy Leisure" (L.--Otium Sanctum). The expression celebrates the importance of eating, playing, reading, resting, contemplating, and enjoying the company of friends. It embraces the biblical idea that we aren't created to work all the time (see Genesis 2:1-3 & cf.). Indeed, God himself rested, and as C. S. Lewis reminds us, "There's no use in trying to be more spiritual than God."