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Capitalism offers a one-way ticket to exhaustion, for the planet and those of us who inhabit it. We can live better if we consume, manufacture and work at a more reasonable rate. By focusing on the false god of speed, you hit the heart of the human in the age of the silicon chip. The maximum benefit of the Slow movement will only be achieved if we go further and reflect on our way of doing everything. A really slow world requires nothing less than a lifestyle revolution.
Time cannot colonize our lives, but must be given back to people so that it can be a time lived fully. / More /, / before / and / faster / are not synonymous with / better /, and educating ourselves for slowness means adjusting the speed to the moment and to the person.
Supporters of good living, the so-called Slow cities are based on taking ownership of time to enjoy it in an intelligent way. The Slow Cities movement (Cittaslow) is organized to certify those cities where the obligation is to eat well, dedicate ourselves to pleasure, care for the environment, heritage and above all the philosophy of enjoying life at all times, and optimizing our time .
Slow Food is the avant-garde response to the degrading effects of fast food and industrial culture - fast food - that standardizes production techniques and product offerings, leveling and homogenizing flavors and tastes.
The slow food movement promotes a new culture of pleasure based on slowness, knowledge, hospitality and solidarity. Its objectives are clear: to rediscover the pleasure of good food, to encourage good gastronomy and good wine, and to promote the education of the senses to rediscover the richness of aromas and flavors.
It protects the biodiversity deeply threatened by the use of agrochemicals, agrochemicals and transgenics, supporting and promoting organic production. It tries to prevent the disappearance of food and artisanal production systems, favoring the development of innumerable microeconomies in marginal regions. It faces the standardization of food and artificial flavors of a culture that imposes consumption as well as the impoverishment of the senses.
Slow sex is a way of enjoying our bodies where quality is valued more than quantity, extensive foreplay, while we whisper to our partners and look into their eyes, related to tantric sex, seduction is paired with the pleasure of discovering through the senses.
The human cost of this ‘turbocapitalism’; we currently exist to serve the economy, when it should be the other way around. The current work culture is undermining our mental health.
“Can't the workers understand that by overworking they deplete their strength and those of their progeny that they are exhausted and, long before their time comes, they are incapable of doing anything; that absorbed and brutalized by that vice, they are no longer men but fragments of men who kill all the beautiful faculties of their interior so as not to leave alive and flourishing more than the furious madness of work?
Paul Lafargue. The right to be lazy (1883)