A fortuneteller at a table starts talking to Jason on the street Chu: Your eyebrows are very thick. Jason: [Startled] Huh? What's it to you? Who are you anyway? Chu: Ah hah! See? You have a bad temper. Jason: Of course I have a bad temper when strangers start telling me things about how I look. Chu: I can tell things about your personality from your face. Jason: Ah! You're a “personologist” are you? Chu: We are called physiognomists in the trade. Sit down and chat with me. Jason: [Sits down] I knew someone like you once. He helped lawyers with jury selection.
When you ask people (which I have done many times) what it means to relax, most will answer in a way that suggests that relaxing is something you do later -- you do it on vacation, in a hammock, when you retire, or when you get everything done.