Watch children at play; they know how to be in the moment! If no children live in your home, volunteer to be with children at a nursery school, day care center, library, or other place.
It is easier to be present in some kinds of activities than in others. Examples are gardening, playing or singing music, or putting together a puzzle. Choose one of these to do as a family or a group one evening this week. See the passages in Spiritual Literacy for more ideas.
There is a Jewish tradition, notes Naomi Levy in To Begin Again, that a single visit to someone's sickbed takes away one sixtieth of the person's illness. "The ancient sages understood that just being in the presence of another human being can lift a person up." Visit someone who is sick as a family, if appropriate. Arrange through a congregation, hospital, or nursing home for your group to regularly participate in a visitation program.