reviewed by Rob Mason on 9 October 2017
By encouraging concentration on the miniscule present moment, which, in its exiguity, is always bearable and controllable, attention increases our vigilance . Finally, attention to the present moment allows us to accede to cosmic consciousness, by making us attentive to the infinite value of each instant , and causing us to accept each moment of existence from the viewpoint of the universal law of the cosmos.
Life ebbs as I write: so seize each day, and grant the next no credit; carp diem, Horace For the Epicureans, in the last analysis, pleasure is a spiritual exercise. Not…Read