Mini Mindfulness Break for July 30, 2020

A More Complete Attention

On trains, in the street, in our homes and communities, we practice paying attention–through developing mindfulness and lovingkindness and through letting go of projections–partly because a more complete attention proffers many special gifts. These gifts can penetrate through the exigencies of social roles, the seeming hollowness of chance encounters, and even through terrible hurt.

– Sharon Salzberg, “A More Complete Attention”

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May you be free from suffering and the causes of suffering!

All my best,

Jerome Freedman, PhD
–Jerome

 

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