The impact of this one girl standing still in Stockholm, while people all around keep moving and moving made for a fantastic sequence. I do wish I had made it a little longer. It just captures a thought, the sense of stopping, and standing still. That it is possible, and enjoyable...
Yet it often seems that if you do begin to slow down, take time out...that the world around you speeds up and just moves faster and faster. Therefore, there is a sense of need present within the world today...to not stand still, but to keep going as fast as you can all the time!
It reminds me of the quote by Carl Honore in a TED talk from 2005, when he states that we are;
" a world stuck in fast forward, a world obsessed with speed, of cramming more and more into less and less time,"
So is the answer simply to slow down; to hit the slow motion button on the remote control?
Does the slow motion button still exist? or can you not simply skip forward or back?
sometimes, it is important to rethink time...the process that we go through of skipping forward, and forward and forward...as time just passes us by....
Carl Honore discusses slowness, mostly in relation to life issues and one important question he raises, which could apply to life or design is;
"Is it possible or even desirable to slow down?" 
Instead of simply embracing the chance to breathe and consider what we have already, we are almost always thinking about what we need next.
anway something to think about, on a slow sunday afternoon.