It is enough to be, in an ordinary human mode, with one's hunger and sleep, one's cold and warmth, rising and going to bed. Putting on one's blankets and taking them off, making coffee and then drinking it. Defrosting the refrigerator, reading, meditating, working, praying. I live as my fathers have lived on this earth, until eventually I die. Amen. There is no need to make an assertion of my life, especially so about it as mine, through doubtless it is not somebody else's. I must learn gradually to forget program and artifice.

Thomas Merton, 1915-1968

This is what restfulness sounds like ...

Try it on for size?