During Lunch, I had an epiphany.
Actually, it was more like being shocked.
At first, I was VERY IMPRESSED with how great the food tasted.
For a moment.
It was just some toast with salted butter and avocado.
But somehow IT TASTED AMAZING.
“Wow!” I thought. How can this be so good?
Then, five minutes later, I looked down at my plate.
There was almost no food left. It was all gone. GONE!
I was shocked.
I was enjoying it so much for a moment!
Somehow, my mind had wandered off.
I started thinking about what I wanted to do after lunch.
That’s where I shifted MY ATTENTION from the food to the thoughts.
No delicious thoughts, because I let them take over.
I was no longer in the moment.
I COULD HAVE enjoyed my thoughts,
but that is not why I started thinking.
It showed me very clearly that MY ATTENTION
can only be focused on one thing at the same time.
You should have seen the look on my face
when my plate was empty.
I am definitely going to be more aware
of where I focus my attention.