A whole day. Concentrated time for quiet thought, long walks, good reading, maybe even a nap. I'm thinking of today as sabbath. Here's what Abraham Joshua Heschel has to say on the topic.
Sabbath is an opportunity to mend our tattered lives; to collect rather than to dissipate time.Isn't that an interesting thought? Collecting time. Gathering it, holding it, tending it. One cannot do that while hurrying, while obsessing over the "to do" list, while fretting over staying on schedule.
Were life so straightforward. More collecting of time seems a must.