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Wherever You Are Be All There

“Wherever You Are Be All There”

I don’t remember who said this or where I read it, but I will not forget it! I have become keenly aware of the challenge to focus ONLY on what is in front of me at the moment and guard my mind from wandering off to other thoughts, lists, tasks, problems. I am not always successful and feel the disappointment or “pull back” from people when I am not mindful of the situation or relationship. I have also felt hurt and disappointment when I am sharing an experience or a heart matter and a friend is staring up at a TV behind me or looking at their phone, or answers with something unrelated to what I said.