Interesting article in the New York Times today about how we often fail to notice change, even when it’s right in front of our eyes. Would meditators do better on the test given in the article than non-meditators? What do we choose to pay attention to? How much attention do we pay to the world around us? For most of us, the answer is Not much, the article concludes. Plus: the Dalai Lama’s blog. Satire alert.
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