Being Fully Present

Sue Monk Kidd writes: “I realize I can be with someone, but on a deeper level I ‘m not available to them at all. I have attention deficit disorder of the soul.” My Growth Group worked on a “Fully Present Exercise.” We are working on being fully present when we interact with people. To really listen. To fully engage. Too often we allow distractions to divide our attention. In fact, people rarely expect another’s complete attention anymore. Surprise someone this week. Lock in. Give them your full attention. Love people!

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