Countercultural Catalysts

“Slow down!” Maybe you heard this phrase from your anxious mother when you first started learning how to drive. Maybe you heard it from a doctor warning you that if you don’t slow down the pace of your work and download some stress that you’re going to kill yourself. But in a world that worships money, speed, entertainment, and instant gratification, people begin to feel uncomfortable when they slow down and stop. We continuously overstimulate our brains reprogramming them to always be scanning new bytes of information so that we’re “in the know.”

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