Tonight I was taking a glass of water while my wife and my children slept.
To avoid doing any noise I slowed down each single movement to control the sound of the glass touching the metal, the water falling down and so on.
Slow movements teach us what it’s like to do something with full control. We can do it for simple things like pouring water in a glass, but they are an amazing way to learn for complex concepts too.
Doing it slow means refining the art, caring for the details, because when you go slow, you appreciate the nuances.