Q: “Ps and Qs” – Part Two

Hello one and all!

Yesterday I discussed one potential origin for the phrase “Ps and Qs”.  The message conveyed by that origin is one of paying attention to the task at hand.

It’s very easy to run on autopilot, especially when repeating common actions; however, it can also be very dangerous.  Obvious dangers arise with tasks like driving or chopping food, but there are more subtle dangers in other tasks.  When you aren’t focused on the world in front of you, you can miss moments that are beautiful or important.  This is perhaps more common when people multitask.

Can you think of moments you may have missed or not fully appreciated because your mind was elsewhere, or perhaps you were doing too many things at once?

As always, much love!


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