Riding the bow of a sailboat, a stiff salty breeze stings the face. We observe lethargic sea turtles and darting reef fish. In these rare instances of epiphany, we both lose and find ourselves. This is the realm of mindfulness.
Life is often an endless string of distractions and stimulations, a rush of incoherent, hectic moments. We analyze, plot, criticize and complain in our dogged quest to control the future, or mitigate the past. One day we wake up to realize that years have passed, and despite our relentless multi-tasking and self-evaluations, we haven’t accomplished nearly what we had intended. Let that moment of revelation be now.
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