In our daily life, we are mostly filtering our experience through the content and feeling of our thoughts and reactions, but only occasionally do we pay attention to the actual quality of being present. As it is, we usually have to pause for a moment to do that, but if we get good at it we can whistle and chop wood at the same time, so to speak.
We can have our interactions with the world AND be present too.
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