Time Saving technology

I wanted to listen to Adashahti on Youtube for a little while this morning
So I found Youtube on my husband I pad and it asked that I log in to my account
I put in my E mail and password and then YouTube sent a verification message
to my mobile phone but my mobile phone was in my husband’s car so I didn’t get it
Then I checked the log in to send it to my alternative number at home
I ran to pick up the phone in the kitchen
Heard the message and one finger typed it in… it was wrong.
I forgot the number
Then I got a popup from the popular Youtube videos from “ASAPscience” about how mental practice doing something is nearly as powerful as physically doing something
Well , I liked that article so I tried to log in to facebook but it didn’t log because password and capital letters were out of sync.
Next – I gave up- picked up the book next to me and read a chapter from Adyashanti’s book.
True Meditation.

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Civility

Mindfullness, good manners and civility have something in common. These principles all share the goal of awareness of others and then making an effort to anticipate what they need . Civil behavior assumes that other people are worthwhile and worthy of respect This courtesy is extended one on one. Here’s a few ideas
Give a break to a mother with a cranky child by letting her ahead of you in the grocery line
Notice if someone needs a tissue or a glass of water in a meeting
Put your trash in the barrel in public places
Don’t drive while using the cell phone
Don’t use a cell phone in a public place where others can hear your conversation
Dress appropriately for the occasion
Allow an elderly person to go first or offer a hand to steady a step.
Be patient with a child that does not do things as quickly as you wish
The wakefulllness required is not about using the right fork but rather the practice of graciousness and consideration to make everyone feel welcome in our shared world.

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