Paying Attention in a Distracted World, Rev. Kent Matthies

Rising numbers of people struggle with paying attention for sustained periods of time. Channel surfing, texting, and social media are just some of the dynamics which keep us distracted. Schools, religious organizations, families – all are impacted by less capacity to concentrate. We are paying a price, because as the Buddhist sutras say, when we do develop a capacity for concentration, we improve our chances for “wisdom, transformation, compassion and bliss.”  How might we better pay attention?

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