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The shortcut to enlightenment might start with things that annoy you.

The Accidental Zen Of Being Scatterbrained

What seems like burnout may just be blissfully blank.

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Mystified by the blankness in my mind, I am baffled. What was I on a mission to write about before I spaced out? It is funny how monks and aspiring zen…




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