A Meditation at Your Computer

I found this gem at Spirituality & Practice.  I think I’ll look at my keyboard a little differently now!

An excerpt from the author, Philip Toshio Sudo:

“Every time you turn on the computer, take ten deep breaths and consider these Ten Points of Meditation. When you sit down at your machine in the morning, breathe. When your computer crashes and you have to restart, breathe. At every moment, breathe and give thanks for the air. For what is your life but this very breath?”

I like Nos. 4 and 6 best.

Once again, check the meditation out here.

 

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