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Multi-tasking is a myth

Thursday, 11 April, 2019 - 12:04 pm

There is no such thing as multi-tasking. 

Multi-tasking is a myth.

There is task switching, which means moving back and forth between tasks, as it is impossible to focus on two things at one time.

This is a recurring theme in many of the books and articles I have read in the past few weeks.

While studying about Passover, I found a very similar theme.

Generally you are either getting over evil, getting past a roadblock, working on getting rid of a negative character trait, and only afterwards or at a different time, can we work on inspiration, connection with G-d and spiritual growth.

On Passover however, we connect with a higher dimension of G-dliness, a level of connection when G-d was simultaneously getting rid of the evil of the Egyptians while simultaneously saving the Jewish people.

Today, as well, we have an opportunity on Passover to connect to that level of spirituality; to simultaneously increase our connection and get rid of our negativity.

What do you think? How does one tap in?


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