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Mindful : October 2018
song “Anticipation” started going through my head. If I were driving, I would have pressed down on the accelerator, but when you’re walking and you push hard on the accelerator, you feel it. And that’s when the moment of joy came: in the sudden realization that the body is always in the present, no matter where my thoughts take me, and I can always return to that. That’s worth savoring. 2WHENIT’S EVERY KIND OF BAD...Savor the Resilience When we were married my wife and I joined a “crystal club” at a department store. That’s the kind of thing newlyweds did 35 years ago. We both had always admired crystal wine glasses, so we scrimped and saved until we had a complete set. One Saturday recently we came home from food shopping to dis- cover the shattered remains of our crystal glasses scat- tered on the floor. The shelf holding them had collapsed. Only a few remained, as mementos. It hurt, but they’re only things. We can get real attached to things, but usually the pain passes after a little while and our resilience bounces us back. On the other hand, I find → October 2018 mindful 53