I wrote this on a crowded beach while looking around me and seeing all these people on sunbeds with crooked necks, absorbed in the screens of their phones, pads, games and readers. It's very common, I know, but I haven't stopped noticing it, which I hope is a good sign! For all of you who are interested in reading a book that picks you up and pushes you back into your animal nature, I can highly recommend the book by David Abram: "Becoming Animal." The only thing that counts when looking through the looking glass of Zen is the moment itself. It's not about the screen or the screenless, but about being there.