Meditation teaches us not to cling to anything. With clinging comes delusion. With delusion comes suffering. All that you can realistically do is focus on what you have to do today. Do it without seeing it as a means to an end or an obligation, but instead as its own form of meditation. With this attitude, life becomes a grand experiment in constant mindfulness. Sometimes we miss the mark, but we never feel like failures because we are unattached to the mark. Every ‘failure’ is a chance to learn, every ‘success’ a chance to be humble and skeptical.