You don’t have to walk on water to derive great upside from taking a regular stroll. The New Yorker’s Ferris Jabr wonders: What is it about walking, in particular, that makes it so amenable to thinking and writing?

+ Maybe walking is way to get us into the zone, or what Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi calls “The Flow State.” NPR’s Robery Krulwich tries to get into the zone with: Glenn Gould In Rapture.