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I often go for days when I don’t leave the garden, save to walk the dogs. But the other day I did go out to lunch with friends who introduced me to the concept of ‘cathedral thinking’. You may be aware of this, but just in case you haven’t come across it before, the argument for cathedral thinking is that just as medieval cathedrals took hundreds of years to build – involving generations of craftsmen devoting their entire lives to the task, despite having

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