Yes, everyone is busy doing something all the time.
If you are at home, you are busy attending to home needs and people needs, or sometimes taking care of your space and spending time your way.
If you are on the road, you are busy driving, waiting for a bus or auto, or walking very fast to reach a destination.
If you are in office, you are busy in a meeting, on the phone, at work, at lunch, or with a coffee cup.
There are other times when you are busy in a temple, shopping center, friend's place, hosting a party, attending functions, watching TV, reading book, spending time on your hobbies and so on...
Even if you are sleeping, your mind is still busy dreaming or processing something or the other, like a background script, of which you are not aware most of the times.
Now tell me, is there any point in saying 'I am busy' at all? I am talking about the internet people only here. I see people putting on the busy icon in the chat windows and continuing to work or doing whatever they are occupied with.
Can't we just accept that we can still afford to take one or two messages from a friend and that we are never really going to be 'free' to take some message until we choose to make time?
Try not keeping the word 'Busy' on Google Talk or any chat client, instead you may want to write something like:' At work, let's talk later' or something more meaningful to your friends or people who try to reach you. This way, people do not feel that you don't have time for them.
Spend that time with people at least once in a while. The time that you spend with people matters more than anything else most of the times.
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