In other words: no hurry because we have much to do, but we do many things because we feel the rush within us. a This may be a theoretical paradox, but will allow us to understand many issues that have to do with the modern workplace and the economy today. In "In Search of Lost Time Marcel Proust tells us as the rush began with the railroad, which plays a relentless schedule, he did not expect, which marked a change in the way of life of that society. Another modern now that claim is "Momo" by Michael Ende, the qeu gray men are out to steal the time to live, thinking, seeing, walking, in humans, when it is a treasure that is necessary defend, but first we must be aware that does not have to absorb as it does the continuing lack of time. Or in his book "Critical Writings," in which James Joyce said earlier this century that our civilization is determined by the rush. The rush is a rhythm that affects our daily lives. It prevents us from choosing activities that require rest, rest, as they are read, reflect, attend meetings, discussions, chat. .
. No time for such activities, but for others that require a fast pace: a walk through a mall full of noise, going to bars, attend mass actividadesa, which must always be entering pushing. Watch in shows that make time pass quickly. A similar effect is to make zaping pace while watching TV, press reports make a stimulus of anxiety, instead of reflection.