This past weekend friends and I went to the New York Botanical Garden to see the Yayoi Kusama exhibit. It was absolutely SPECTACULAR in person and the pictures do not do it justice. One of the attractions is the, 'Infinity Room' and we are only allowed less than a minute in this mirrored room. Naturally, we cannot help but to use our phones every second for fear of missing out. Afterwards, I thought, did I really get it all? or did I just rob myself of the full art immersion by using my phone? What would you do if you waited in line to walk into an art space that was timed for less than a minute?
Here is a joke to finish off this story. Pay attention to your intentions as you go through your daily activities and ask yourself if it allows you to experience the most out of the present moment. Choose wisely dear souls.
Patient: "Doctor, do you think that I shall live until I am ninety?"
Doctor: "How old are you now?"
Doctor: "Do you drink, gamble, smoke or do you have any other vice?"
Patient: "No. I don’t drink. I don’t gamble. I don’t smoke. I have no vice."
Doctor: "Then why do you want to live for another fifty years?"
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