"The world is so full of a number of things, I'm sure we should all be as happy as kings." The trick is to focus on one thing at a time. Multi-tasking is simply a plethora of focuses (foci?).  Oh dear -

that was my total blog for yesterday. Not that I didn't think.  About a number of things, actually.  It's that inner dialogue that goes on constantly, so constantly it's hard to stop and elucidate - there's a word I haven't used in a while.  (Quick Thought about dormant vocabulary). Maybe it's not the occurring that's hard (see Leacock); maybe it's the choosing. So - the inner dialogue.  Don't you find, as you go through the day, that there isn't a thing, thought, person or event you encounter that doesn't raise a memory, speculation, correction, note, reminder, noodge even as it, whatever it is, engraves itself on your current tabula?  Is that clear?  Yes, the point is, don't think so much.  I think.