But my question is, does anyone care anymore about BEING in "real time" physically and mentally? When I was studying to be a yoga teacher one of the first books I came across was by Ram Dass called Be Here Now. I think it was written in the 70's or 80's and little did he know that the population was going to go in the exact opposite direction. Again, is anyone now "really" present to the moment they are in?
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It's not about multi-tasking as my extremely extroverted daughter is so proud of and being an introvert I do not feel qualified to answer what it could be about? I can only question why?