Definition: (1)regarding with care; observant; watchful;(2) bearing in mind; heedful; attentive; aware
     See also: Broad-minded, High-minded, Like-minded, Open-minded, & Service-minded

• The mind is the connecting link between the formed and the unformed world. — Catherine Ponder (1927-) The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity {1962}
• The qualitative mindfulness we; collectively, as a race of people; are able to experience could, in fact, propel us into an age of Light and Beauty. — Linda Ohlson Graham (1947-) American poet
• Mindfulness means moment-to-moment, non-judgmental awareness. It is cultivated by refining our capacity to pay attention, intentionally, in the present moment, and then sustaining that attention over time as best we can. In the process, we become more in touch with our life as it is unfolding. Jon Kabat-Zinn (1944-) American professor of medicine, Creator of Center for Mindfulness in Medicine Society

• Conscious perusal of reality is more direct and profitable than unconscious realizations.
• All values are derivatives of love.

Comment: One of the mind’s purposes is to be a vector, to point a direction by first, posing questions and then, by comparing what we say we want to do with what we actually do.

Observation: Any idea, or set of ideas, one has in mind will alter what one can see.