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Carl Honore says society does not value the important things in life

Barcelona, Apr 1 (EFE).- "We live in a society that prioritizes what is urgent rather than what is important and in which we must recover traditional virtues like patience, humility and togetherness," journalist Carl Honore, one of the fathers of the Slow Movement, said in an interview with Efe. The Slow Movement is a reaction against the hustle and bustle that characterizes today's society, and proposes making a conscious use of time, enjoying each activity at the pace it requires rather than rushing to do everything all at once.
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