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Scratch the Surface and Find Love Everyday Spirituality Scratch the surface of every good thing in the world, and you'll find love. Generosity: Love of giving freely Listening: Love of tuning in Keeping Promises: Love of follo…
MicroLearning and Mass Attention Deficit In an article in The Guardian, Ben Muzzell writes about the changes that are coming to education and businesses in "the mass attention deficit era." A sign of this happening: many people cannot read…
Nature: Now Showing on TV In an article in The New York Times, Diane Ackerman refers to the phenomenon of "nature deficit" in children who spend very little time in the natural world and a lot of time with their technologica…
Can't Remember Books, Movies, and TV Shows? There used to be a time when information junkies like us could read a book, watch a movie, or a TV show and the next day share all about the storyline with family, friends, or colleagues. In a fasci…
A New Regimen for My Body's Sake I am so focused on my work that I often show great disrespect for my body and the food I eat. I miss out on the spiritual riches of eating mindfully. My attitude around most meal times is "Let's jus…
A Critic of Curb and Corner In an article in The New York Times, Michael Kimmelman pays tribute to the long and commendable career of Ada Louise Huxtable who started writing on architecture for The New York Times in 1963 becom…
The Meme as Meme In an article on nautil.us, Abby Rabinowitz explores the many uses and meanings of the meme, one of the most popular forms of viral Internet phenomena. The website Know Your Meme defines it as "a pi…
The Cost of Paying Attention "Attention is a resource; a person has only so much of it," writes Matthew B. Crawford at NYTimes.com. He wonders if it would help to envision an "attentional commons" where this precious resource w…
Praying in Times of a New Abnormal As of this writing on November 16, 2018, the death toll from California's Camp Fire has risen to 63 — making it the deadliest wildfire in California history — and the list of the missing contain…
"A" Is for Attention "Pay attention. Stay awake and totally alert. See with receptive eyes and discover a world of ceaseless wonders." — Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat in Spiritual Literacy ‚Äč Atten…