And at our more considered time we’ll read, Answer, and think upon this business.

I want a world with more considered time. Everything happens so fast. Before the event is over, there are millions of tweets and tumblrs and Facebook pages and comments comments comments. Some of it is wonderful. But. . . there must be value for the slow thought, too. The one that baked in the mind all night and all day. The one that weighed one thing against another and came to a conclusion. The one that rattled around the empty house for a while before resting on the sofa.
I want to write something called “Our Considered Time” and in it, I will advocate for the response that took a while, for the person who took a while to reach a conclusion, for the slow-baked meal.

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