An epidemic of haste?

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Have you noticed?

Reflecting back on this month, there does seem to be an increase in haste. The kind that shows up in truncated communication. More rushing between things, because there are more things to do and meetings to attend. And more snap decisions, with the accent on snap.

Whilst this may be noticing a contrast in time. From the more leisurely emergence from the holidays into the work and term stream. I wonder if it’s because we’re unconsciously swallowing a perverse notion of what is desirable and for our collective good.

After all, the opposite of haste isn’t slow…

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