Tag Archives: mindfulness

The Inclusiveness of Exclusive Single-Minded Focus

The capacity for single-minded focus is made possible due to the awareness of the oneness of God built into our nature. Thoughts are easily disturbed by distractions as light as hearing scratching on a board. We can hold onto a … Continue reading

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Meaning in Stupidity

I hesitate telling this story. How much of myself should I reveal to the world? There has to be a limit. Maybe I am influenced by reading yesterday about the benefits of mindfulness and how when we are in touch … Continue reading

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Needs and Doings

If I truly believe in God’s goodness, it will be perfectly clear to me that God does not shortchange anyone and I will know with certainty that with the powers that God gave me I can fully emerge as myself. … Continue reading

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Ping-pong

I have a goal: To excel in ping pong. If I were handicapped in some obvious way, I suppose you would understand the meaning of this goal. Success would show the world that determination can overcome obstacles. There would be … Continue reading

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Blogging

Blogging reminds me of jogging. Like everything else in my over-busy schedule it’s relentless. As much as I’ve written there’s always a new day and a new task ahead of me. Having many repeated tasks to do becomes boring if … Continue reading

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Meaning moments or meaning every moment

People generally understand meaning moments. There are peak moments, miraculous moments, and life-changing moments. Listening to the radio this past Holocaust Memorial Day I heard one man by the name of Shlomo describe how his parents sent him away from … Continue reading

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