"You don’t have to sit cross-legged to meditate. If you pay attention, if you listen, both inwardly and outwardly as you breathe, stand, walk, speak, work, play, and look into the eyes of your beloved, you are also meditating. When you catch your attention being distracted by wondering thoughts, by memories, by emotional agitation, and so on, you are meditating. What you call this process isn’t important. What does matter is paying attention to ‘what is’, including the stillness and silence that dwells at the heart of being."