Micromeditations — computing moments of intentional mindfulness

Surely gentle reader, you need no introduction to the concept of meditation. I enjoy a sit when I can, in the morning or before I retire. This is not the only times to meditate. Life itself, is a meditation, intentionally driven and observed.

Another idea which needs no introduction, is waiting. Waiting for every nuance of our sophisticated lives to resolve themselves. Computers are an especially prominent factory of delays and distractions. This need not be a catastrophe, forced to wait mere seconds for the latest cat fantasy.

It is a moment, a precious moment to be still.

To observe a single breath. Watching the entire depth.

Let us practice now.

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