Details often allude the inattentive.
Our attention sticks to the future, trying to manage unforeseeable events while simultaneously harping on the past.
In other words, the present is filled with more than one single mind and instead replaced with a collection of fragments.
But we can advance human intuition with a slight tweak in focus.
Instead of letting worry and anticipation colonize our lives, we can step into the space between stimulus and response and just relax.
“I needed no telescope except my attention.” — Oliver Sacks