SLOT? SLOTH? There is a lot of difference in one word, one is entertainment, one is behavior, mindset, and another meaning is: mammals.

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SLOT Casino lucky 7


It is often heard that “7” is the lucky number among foreigners, and it is also called “Lucky 7”. From the perspective of luck, the number 7 is very popular among foreigners. For example, the slot machine “777” in the casino is the winning combination. In a survey by mathematician “Alex Bellos”, 7 was a landslide victory among 30,000 people who voted for the luckiest number. He hasn’t decided on the reason why the public generally chooses 7, but he estimates that people are more likely to be attracted by prime numbers.

Ubiquitous 7

In daily life, 7 can be said to be omnipresent. For example, there are 7 days a week and 7 colors of the rainbow. Even the fairy tale “Snow White” has 7 dwarfs, and the movie “Iron King Kong” series is also named after the 7 of 007. .

In the world of football, the number 7 symbolizes an iconic player. From the history of Manchester United, famous football players such as Jian Dongna, Beckham and C Ronaldo have all put on the Red Devils No. 7 jersey.

7 Meanings in Religion

Religious culture always uses 7 to represent human morality. The Bible refers to “7” from time to time. For example, God created the world in 7 days, created mankind on the 6th day, rested on the 7th day, and created Eve from Adam’s seventh rib. On the other hand, the original body of Satan the Devil is a 7-headed fire dragon, and he mentions 7 deadly sins, namely “Pride, Wrath, Envy, Greed, Gluttony, Lust and Sloth”. If you just look at “777”, the meaning of “God” is even more implied.

As for Buddhism, the mysterious number 7 is also used. For example, Sakyamuni meditated under the Bodhi tree for “seven seven forty-nine” days, to understand the laws of life. Another example is the Buddha’s saying, “Saving a life is better than building a seven-level pagoda.” Among them, a seven-level pagoda refers to a seven-story pagoda. Building such a pagoda represents infinite merit.

Different interpretations of the number 7 in many countries
In Hebrew tradition, the 7 symbolizes intelligence. Also, Westerners consider the 7th son to be outstanding. In the Jewish calendar, there are 7 holy days in a year.

The ancients also had a soft spot for the number 7. For example, the Semites in the ancient Babylonian kingdom believed that the seven celestial beings were all gods, and their worship rituals were all related to the number 7, such as building 7 altars and offering 7 sacrifices. In addition, the ancients valued the number 7, which was related to the cycle of the moon.



SLOTH is the touchstone, the watershed, at the crossroads of private and public life, real conditions and ideal worlds.

Fredrich Jensen, 《On SLOTH: From Nietzsche to Foucault》

SLOTH has been around since the dawn of humanity, it’s old, and it’s notorious. Unlike leisure, which is of noble birth, sloth, which is of humble origin, has long been infamous and was once regarded as one of the “seven deadly sins”. It is, however, the secret lover of leisure, and of their many bastards, boredom and daze are two of the most famous, for together they have launched a protracted daydream movement that has become an inexhaustible source of human creativity.


The poets Dante and Petrarca both follow Aquinas, each depicting the close connection between sloth and melancholy, the sloth of the melancholic, like a wound that never scars or heals, will lead to fatal depression. Gradually, laziness went beyond the religious realm and slowly invaded the secular society. Along with sloth comes ignorance, procrastination, prevarication, and evasion of efforts, which make lazy people unable to keep up with the pace of the times, or move against the trend of the times. Their lives have achieved nothing, wasted in vain, and seemed to have lost any meaning.

In the 20th century, after experiencing the dual blessing of entitlement and poeticization, laziness has almost formed a situation in line with the work-oriented world. More importantly, it has been protected by its mother. In 1932, Bertrand Russell, known as “the last encyclopedic figure in the West”, wrote his famous (Ode to Sloth) .《In Praise of Idleness》,He wrote solemnly in the article: “In today’s world, the belief that work is a virtue is causing a lot of evil, and the road to happiness and prosperity lies in the organized reduction of work.” Of course, we must see that Russell and his colleagues It is more to praise sloth than to praise its mother-leisure, as he follows with the epigram: “It must be admitted that the wise use of leisure is the result of civilization and education. A man who has worked for a long time all his life suddenly has nothing to do. It must be unpleasant to have leisure. But without considerable leisure, one will miss many of the most beautiful things.  … Leisure cultivates art, discovers science, produces writings, invents philosophy, and improves social relations. Even the emancipation of the oppressed is often initiated from above. Without the leisure class, humanity can never emerge from barbarism.”


Sloths are so named because of their very low metabolism and deliberate movements. Sloth, related to slow, literally means “laziness,” and their common names in several other languages (e.g. French paresseux) also mean “lazy” or similar. Their slowness permits their low-energy diet of leaves and avoids detection by predatory hawks and cats that hunt by sight. Sloths are almost helpless on the ground, but are able to swim.The shaggy coat has grooved hair that is host to symbiotic green algae which camouflage the animal in the trees and provide it nutrients. The algae also nourish sloth moths, some species of which exist solely on sloths.